Skirts often feel like must-haves in the warmer seasons, but we often neglect them come late Fall because looking chic while staying warm can be a tough task once temperatures drop. Believe it or not, you don’t have to sacrifice warmth or style with a denim skirt, because there are many ways to make it suitable for the season. Below we have a few style tips on how to wear denim skirts in Fall and Winter.
Wear with tights or leggings.
Keep those legs from getting too chilly with a pair of tights, or really block the cold with a good pair of leggings. Complete the outfit with a pair of ankle boots and a cute fitted sweater or cardigan for a classy look.
Wear with a coat.
When the weather gets really frigid, you’ll want a nice pea coat or trench coat to block the wind and keep you looking chic. Tights, boots, and a scarf help complement the look and add to the warmth.
Wear with tall boots.
If you want some extra warmth on your legs with or without tights/leggings or just really like tall boots, they work great with denim skirts in Fall and Winter.
Wear with an oversized sweater.
Oversized sweaters are very much on trend and are extremely warm and comfortable. This outfit works great with a tall pair of boots, with tights/legging, shorter boots, or even a cute pair of sneakers.
Wear with flannel.
If flannel doesn’t scream “FALL,” we don’t know what does. You can make this outfit very warm and buttoned up with a vest and tall boots, or more relaxed with a tee when it’s not too cold out.
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For the ladies who want to add some extra length and/or texture to their Audrey Ankle Jeans, we recommend releasing the hem. You can easily create this on-trend look yourself with the following tools: a stitch picker, iron/washer/dryer, scissors (optional), and sandpaper (optional).
Step 1: Turn jeans inside out or fold the cuffs inside out.
Step 2: Use the stitch picker to carefully break the thread all the way around the hem until it is completely released. Pay close attention to what you’re breaking so that you do not unintentionally rip your jeans.
Step 3: Once the hems on both legs are released, iron them flat or wash and dry the jeans to flatten them.
Optional Step 4: Use sandpaper to create rougher edges on the released hems.
Optional Step 5: Use scissors to trim any extra long or unwanted strings on the edges.
Before you know it, you’ll want to use this process on all of your jeans! Click here to shop Audrey Ankle to get started.