Balmain's tweed skirt is spun with shimmering metallic threads and laced with delicate sequins so it catches the light as you move. The wrap-effect silhouette is trimmed with swishy fringing and decorated with the label's signature embossed buttons. Wear it with a coordinating blazer and either a silk blouse or lace camisole depending on the occasion.
No. 21 - This black lace & PVC pencil skirt is a bold example of Alessandro Dell'Acqua's experimentation with fabrics. It's made in Italy for a slim fit with a high-rise, elasticated waistband and features a floral lace skirt that peeps through the clear PVC overlay, complete with a single zip-fastening vent down the back. Style it with a ruffled white blouse and pointed flats to amplify the contemporary mood.
Altuzarra's 'Lancaster' skirt is made from lightly textured cotton-blend and tailored to skim your curves. Designed to sit high on the waist, this sophisticated style is slit to the thigh so it feels really comfortable when you walk or sit down. Wear it to dinner with a fine-knit sweater and strappy sandals.
Marine Serre - Marine Serre's red tartan wool skirt is part of the designer's Green collection, which is created entirely using upcycled leftover fabric from her main namesake offering in a bid to bring sustainability into her business. It's shaped for a relaxed fit with a mid-rise waist then finished with a classic tassel fringe trim along the hem. Channel the label's punk aesthetic by styling it with a printed bodysuit and statement shoes.
No. 21 - The sequinned brown and green snake pattern on this Fantasia pencil skirt reflects No. 21's glamorous sensibilities. Made in Italy, it's shaped to sit high on the waist in a modest length tempered by a dramatic back slit - note the black canvas trims - then lined in silk organza for a faultless drape. Try styling it with a sultry black top and neutral-hue stilettos for a evening occasion.