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The Two Skirt Trends That Have Divided Our Fashion Team

The Two Skirt Trends That Have Divided Our Fashion Team
Fashion editor skirt trends

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Proenza Schouler S/S 22; Tory Burch S/S 22

In the red corner, we have the column skirt: Long, lean and often low-slung, it’s the sort of thing you’d see Gwyneth Paltrow wear in ’90s romcoms. Meanwhile, in the blue corner is the circle skirt: a more full-bodied, flowing look typically associated with 1950s fashion but, this season, rendered in unexpected fabrics such as leather and tulle. 

“I always think I want to be the girl in the full, swishy skirt, but in reality, on my hourglass body shape, it can veer into kitsch ’50s territory, which is not aligned to my personal style at all,” says Who What Wear Editor in Chief Hannah Almassi. “So tube skirts it is! I actually can’t wait to wear this comfy style all summer long.” 

Me? I have a soft spot for both styles. The column skirt is, perhaps, a style I would usually go for. However, when I’ve seen brands such as Alexander McQueen offering up such unusual twists on the circle skirt, I’ve been quite tempted. I love the idea of wearing a full-bodied midi skirt with a tight-fitting top and pointed kitten heels (à la Totême’s 2021 eveningwear collection). It’s ideal as a chic alternative to a traditional wedding guest dress. If you’re still undecided, scroll down to see my favourite runway references for both styles, and shop my column-versus-circle skirt edit. 

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