TREND: Bandage Skirts

One of the best parts of college is getting dressed up and going out at night with the girls. I love getting ready together with my friends in the bathroom, music blasting, doing our makeup and fixing each other’s hair. What I love even more is picking out a fun outfit to wear for the night, with all my friends’ approval of course. One fun thing about dressing up for nights out is that we can wear all of the cute skirts and dresses that we don’t normally wear to class.

A big trend I have noticed this year is the black bandage skirt. They are versatile and practical but fun and sexy for going out. They go with everything and can make any basic top look so much better and evening-appropriate. This Fashionista is wearing the trend in a classy and cute way. She has paired her bandage skirt with a blush pink flowy blouse, which looks great tucked into the tight skirt. She added black pointy-toed heels for a finishing touch.

Hint: Because these bandage skirts are so popular right now, you can find them almost anywhere. I found a couple different variations that are both so adorable and would look great on anyone. Express has a high-waisted one, which would look great on us less-curvy girls who need a little help defining our waist. Macy’s also has one that fits a bit looser for a slightly different look. Bandage skirts look great with almost any type of top but my favorite thing to pair with it is a flowy top that you can tuck in to help balance out the tightness of the skirt. Add any type of high heel, jewelry and a clutch and you’re ready for a night out with the girls!

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TREND: bandage skirts

If you follow up with celebrity fashion, you’ll remember that a year ago Amanda Bynes made the Herve Leger Bandage Dress a contemporary staple in fashion. The young Hollywood starlet was seen on the red carpet for the 14th Annual Critics Choice Awards wearing this sexy and daring silhouette in a very noticeable hot pink.

It’s a year later and although this dress is still popular, the bandage part of this beauty is making its transition into skirts. This week’s Fashionista was found sporting a great bandage skirt while making it work with the rest of her outfit. The bandage silhouette has been feared by even the bravest because of its tightness on the body, yet this lovely lady masked the bandage skirt well by pairing it with a long blazer. Through her wise decision this College Fashionista was able to try her hand at the bandage trend in a way that made her comfortable and eased her into the daring silhouette.

Don’t be scared girls! Be brave and give this trend a shot! Express and Revolve Clothing have great options to get you started!

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