Pencil Skirt

pencil skirt Want a skirt that flatters you and makes you feel incredible. Maybe you should try a pencil skirt. A pencil skirt should be fitted and have some stretch in it. It will come down atleast to the knee and taper in. This skirt should softly hug your curves. A pencil skirt is the first skirt I have seen that makes just about everyone look great. This is one piece of clothing that the more curvier you are, the better…good news for most of us Winking. I have yet to see anyone who does not look great in one. This should be your go-to skirt. Need something to throw on, grab your pencil skirt and a nice shirt.

When choosing a pencil skirt, go for a classic look. No pockets, no bells and whistles, plain is beautiful with this skirt. They can be high-waisted or add a wide belt for some versatility. You want to make sure you don’t go too tight when trying one, they should be fitted not tight. Skirts lose there “Fab Factor” when you look stuffed in them Shame on you. If you see the seams pulling or it tightly hugs under your derrière you may want to go a wee bit larger. Your wardrobe isn’t complete without having a fabulous fitting pencil skirt!

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10 thoughts on “Pencil Skirt

  1. I love my pencil skirt. I wear it to work. I disagree slighlty though. The tighter the better. I just wish they made them a whole lot shorter.

    Tootles

  2. I have very broad shoulders and small hips. I don’t look good with pencil skirts, A-line skirts flatter me more. Sandra Bullock looked gorgeous in pencil skirts in the movie “The Proposal”. I think all of her skirts were pencil!

    1. I have seen pencil skirts at Forever 21. If you want a couple weeks more fall clothing will be in stores everywhere including the pencil skirt!

    1. I recently found a pencil skirt at Forever 21. As the fall lines come in, you will see more of then in other stores.

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