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      Hello girls,
      I'm here with another dilemma: what to wear with long/maxi/peasant skirts. I know plain half sleeved t-shirts will work but are there any other options? Post pics of tops you would wear with skirts or post pics of your favorite skirts(do mention the store name!). Thanks!


      Macy's got some nice skirts these days.





      i like the belt in this one...it's cute!



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      I found 1 which will look nice...



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      I think something fitted needs to go one top - because the bottom is so free flowing.
      You don't want a loose top and look all frumpy.
      Know what I mean?
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      i agree with Muniya

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      When i wear long full skirts, i usually team it with a short sleeved T-shirt or tank top and sandals. With the fullness of the skirt on your bottom half, you definitely want to keep the top half slim and sleek. Also, add bold accessories!

      I think a denim jacket on top always looks cute. I know the first 2 pics are maxi dresses, but just to show that a long skirt looks cute with a denim jacket.






      And this is how i usually wear a long skirt; simple vest, long necklace, and dainty sandals:



      Denim jackets are widely available, but make sure to get one with some shape, not one that looks like a box shape! Hollister, A&F, Levi's, Urban Outfitters and Gap are good high street retailers for denim jackets.

      Vests and T's are widely available... go crazy with different colours.

      Always accessorize, try a mixture of chunky bangles, delicate chains, beaded necklaces, dangly earrings, hoops etc

      Maybe add a thin belt that sits just along your hips?

      And finish off with a cute pair of ethnic style sandals... et voila!
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      Quote Originally Posted by ~MuNiYa~ View Post
      I think something fitted needs to go one top - because the bottom is so free flowing.
      You don't want a loose top and look all frumpy.
      Know what I mean?
      Yeah, you're right. I ended up buying a fitted top peasant style short sleeves(SO Shirred Peasant Top looked perfect. Thanks!

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      Quote Originally Posted by maroush View Post
      When i wear long full skirts, i usually team it with a short sleeved T-shirt or tank top and sandals. With the fullness of the skirt on your bottom half, you definitely want to keep the top half slim and sleek. Also, add bold accessories!

      I think a denim jacket on top always looks cute. I know the first 2 pics are maxi dresses, but just to show that a long skirt looks cute with a denim jacket.






      And this is how i usually wear a long skirt; simple vest, long necklace, and dainty sandals:



      Denim jackets are widely available, but make sure to get one with some shape, not one that looks like a box shape! Hollister, A&F, Levi's, Urban Outfitters and Gap are good high street retailers for denim jackets.

      Vests and T's are widely available... go crazy with different colours.

      Always accessorize, try a mixture of chunky bangles, delicate chains, beaded necklaces, dangly earrings, hoops etc

      Maybe add a thin belt that sits just along your hips?

      And finish off with a cute pair of ethnic style sandals... et voila!
      Oh I love those mini jackets...they look so cute! I'm planning to wear accesories with my skirt and top...I do have some chunky jewelry...thanks for the ideas!

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      Quote Originally Posted by ~MuNiYa~ View Post
      I think something fitted needs to go one top - because the bottom is so free flowing.
      You don't want a loose top and look all frumpy.
      Know what I mean?

      yup i just got these great paisley giant pants (looks like a maxi when my legs are together) and i'm heading to banana republic today to get some tops to go with it. i recommend these bc they aren't sheer and fitted nicely

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      Macy is much more expensive than the designers at Debenhams and the quality and desings are lower than Tesco's.
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