The suede skirt

Poloneck, £19.99 Zara; Necklace, Missoma; Skirt,  £85, Long Tall Sally X TTYA

Suede skirts are my favourite part of the whole 70s revival. I’m all over it and have picked up a fair few a-line minis and midis since Alexa and Olivia were first spotted in Marks and Spencer’s now iconic (surely?) suede style.

Seen on the catwalks of everyone from House of Holland and Chloe to Ralph Lauren and Gucci the suede trend lends looks a luxurious feel that the 70s champion so well. I was kindly gifted this style from Long Tall Sally, it's part of their latest collaboration which is aimed at all of you lucky lot who are 5'8" and over. However it's also great for those of you, who like me have a longer upper body than lower body (I always have to buy skirts from Toppers in a size up as when I purchase them in my size they're always far too short!) 

LTS x TTYA's AW collection is something pretty special, filled with rich textures, form flattering styles and autumnal hues do check it out here.

The high street has SO many great styles available, whether you’re looking for a rich autumnal hue, a fun colour pop or a multi-tonal patchwork style. Super versatile these suede styles work with everything in your wardrobe from now right through until next summer. Team yours with a cosy turtleneck sweater and flats for winter, changing for trainers and a lightweight ringer tee for summer.

Shop my favourite suede styles below…

1, Patchwork skirt, £85, Topshop; 2, Angie Skirt, £185, Topshop Unique; 3, Popper-front Skirt, £49.99, New Look; 4, Leather Appliquéd Skirt, £1,625, Loewe; 5, Belted Mini Skirt, £1,100, Calvin Klein, 6, Straight Skirt, £199, Autograph at Marks & Spencer; 7, Patchwork Skirt, £315, MiH; 8, Midi Skirt, £80, Warehouse; 9, Popper-front skirt, £39.99, New Look; 10, Lace-Up Suede Skirt, £79, Topshop


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