Tuesday, March 24, 2015

The Vintage-Inspired Skirt Celebs Can't Get Enough Of

Seventies style has been the biggest influence on trends this spring, and the button-front skirt is no exception. This flirty silhouette has already been spotted on celebrities and street style mavens alike. Indie darling Alexa Chung loves it so much, she designed one specifically for her collaboration with AG Jeans (more on that below). And with its flattering A-line shape and retro-inspired sensibility what's not to love?

See how your favorite celebs rocked the trend, after the JUMP!

Taylor Swift was photographed out and about in West Hollywood dressed like a daydream (sorry, we had to) in her corduroy Brandy Melville version. The color and material of her skirt make it quintessentially 1970s, but the signature red lip and matching bag are classic Swift.

We're not sure why it's taken so long for our eternal girl crush Alexa Chung to design her own fashion line but we are glad it's finally here. She models her denim version of the button-front skirt below, which you can purchase for yourself here.

LA-based street style maven Courtney Trop of the popular fashion blog Always Judging styles her suede skirt with a classic pinstripe button down and opaque tights. It's a seriously simple yet fashion-forward outfit that's perfect for spring's transitional weather.

Whether paired with a crop top for a weekend jaunt or with a demure blouse for a day in the office, the button-front skirt is definitely one of the 1970s trends we are most excited to revive this season. Here are a few options for your closet:

Forever 21 Button-Front Mini Skirt, $11, at forever21.com; Capulet Front Button Suede Skirt, $242, at revolve.com; ASOS Milk It Patchwork Denim Skirt, $52, at asos.com

article via StyleBistro

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