Floral A-line skirt, red top/blouse and green strappy heeled sandals

This season we’re drawing a line under dull summer days with A line skirts which are increasingly becoming every girl's go-to-piece. A-line skirts have a ladylike cinched silhouette and gradually widens towards the hem

They flatter most figures and look great when paired with classic tee-shirts or embellished blouses for a sharp look. These skirts are great for work or play and are perfect addition to your wardrobe this season.

Preciously looks amazing in this floral A-line skirt which she teamed with a red coloured top and green strappy sandals. Her floral skirt features subtle pleats for a feminine & flattering fit.

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A-line skirts come in different length and if you're short or petite opt for a shorter hemline as A-line skirts tend to shorten your legs and if you're tall, a midi-length or short hemline will look just fine on you. When wearing an A-Line skirt is best to tuck in the shirt or blouse to show off your cinched waist.

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How to style a floral A-line skirt: Floral A-line skirts look great when worn with blouses, cropped tops or layered with a blazer. The choice of shoes depends on personal preferences as sandals, heels or flat shoes will also work with an A-line skirt.

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Let us know if you'll be joining the floral A-line team this summer and how you would style it.

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