Knee-Length Tiered Skirt Outfit Ideas - Adults Only (Episode 3)

Thank you for waiting, ladies. OK OK calm down! This is the 3rd and the last episode of the styling idea blogs on knee-length tiered skirt outfits, using MIRCHI KOMACHI Cotton Handloom Skirts. 
The previous episode is here, do check out if you missed.
Chalo, let's dive into the last episode. Ready to twirl?

 

1. Black Shirt (+ Black Hat + Black Ankle Boots)

image of a styling idea with knee-length cotton handloom tiered skirt with black shirt, black fedora hat, and black ankle sneaker

Even with a chic item like a black button-down shirt, you can play. My shirt is a hand-me-down from my guy. Here, I added more black items but tried not to look 'dressy'.

 

 

2. Black Shirt + Big Shawl

image of a styling idea with knee-length cotton handloom tiered skirt with a big shawl

Yes yes, I am singing, Mr. Bean!
Here I added a big shawl and high-heeled sandals for the days you want to feel feminine. When the weather is rather cold, you can add a pair of socks or tights, or of course, nice long boots.

 

 

3. Hooded T-shirt + Boyfriend Jeans

image of a styling idea with knee-length cotton handloom tiered skirt with hooded t-shirt and boyfriend jeans

This is a fun styling! If you style with a hooded t-shirt and boyfriend jeans, your outfit would become uniquely street-ish. The skirt doesn't look like a feminine item any more but a colourful kitsch item to stand out with.

 

 

4. Pink Woolen Cardigan + Skinny Jeans

image of a styling idea with knee-length cotton handloom tiered skirt with pink woolen cardigan and skinny jeans

Some more winter wallah stylings... Seriously you can style this skirt with anything! Here I added a pink woolen cardigan and skinny jeans, and wore big ankle sneaker to mix a heavy element. If you have some shoes with a European folklore vibe (e.g. Birkenstock-type round shoes, felt ballet flats, etc), they would complete a cute folklore-ish look.

 

 

5. Denim Jacket + Boyfriend Jeans + Woolen Cap

image of a styling idea with knee-length cotton handloom tiered skirt with denim jacket, boyfriend jeans, and woolen hat

In winter, people tend to wear dark monotonous clothes, even in a colourful country like India (I observed that in Delhi...). Partly because there are not many options sold? So this is how you can add colours. 
The cap I am wearing is one I bought in Nepal or somewhere in Central Asia decades ago. If your skirt has a different vibe (e.g. polka dots), you can do your head part differently (e.g. headscarf), and the denim items would avoid your outfit from becoming childish or too orthodox.

 

So this is it for the styling idea blog series with knee-length tiered skirts only for adults. Did you enjoy?? Please leave your comment below!
What I wanted to (and always want to) share with you is the joy of styling freely. No rules. Expressing ourselves and enjoying ourselves. Let's style purely for ourselves, without considering "ohhh this is not appropriate..." "not trendy" "what would my daddy/mummy/boyfriend/husband/aunties/neighbours/random people in the street say?".
I wish even one woman starts her own styling after seeing my styling blogs and feels herself. Please share your killer stylings with us then!

 

 

Bonus Video

After writing about folklore vibe in No.4, music from Eastern Europe is going on in my head.
This all-women group from Poland is called "Laboratorium Pieśni". They sing folk songs from various places like Ukraine, Balkan, Poland, Belarus, Georgia, or Scandinavia.
You can see lots of beautiful videos on Youtube, but here I dared to 
introduce the one they're singing simply inside a house, in the kitchen. Enjoy their ammmazing harmony!!!
 

 

 


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