A couple of outfit ideas to brighten your work looks this spring…
Plus Size Red Skirt Outfits
A plus size red skirt is actually more versatile than you might think.
And this skirt is so classic with its midi length and soft draping, that you will get a lot of year round wear out of it! It is available in sizes 14/16 to 30/32.
In this first outfit, I added black and white pieces with some edgy accessories for a striking and trendy look.
And ahh, I love white blazers! This plus size white blazer is from City Chic, the makers of my favorite blazers!
Plus Size Red Skirt Outfit 1
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Sunglasses (less $ similar, less $ similar)
Plus Size Stripe Top
Plus Size White Blazer
Plus Size Red Skirt
Tote Bag or here (less $ similar)
Ankle Booties (lower heel, less $ similar, less $ similar, wide width, wide width, wide width)
These bright colors scream spring!
In this second look, I paired analogous colors (remember to consult the color wheel and this post when color blocking).
I then added some trendy accessories, including this leopard clutch, which you likely wouldn’t carry to work.
But, throw it in your work tote to pull out for lunch or happy hour! Also, I should mention that I found this high quality alternative. Yes! It is certainly not cheap, but it is made from genuine calf hair, so it is a very reasonable price.
Plus Size Red Skirt Outfit 2
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Plus Size Belt (similar, similar)
Plus Size Red Skirt
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4 thoughts on “Plus Size Red Skirt Outfits”
Hi – Enjoy your site as a person who doesn’t love to shop. Have you ever considered having an area where you list current recommendations for Torrid, CityChic, etc. all in one place. When you are ordering online, it’s nice to bundle what you need – however, clicking through all of the outfit recommendations is tedious. Just an idea – Thanks Erica
That is a great idea! And I have thought about this. But, it becomes a question of how to technically do it. For example, http://www.temptalia.com/ does this with make up reviews and I love it! But she must have a good grasp of the tech or enough money to pay someone to help. It would easily become a very complicated “network” of links. I do try to use sites that offer free shipping w no minimums as often as possible. But, maybe I can think about how to group certain items from retailers with higher free shipping thresholds. I’ll work on figuring out how to do that (I’m still learning). Thanks so much for your input!
Love, love, LOVE these pairings, Alexa! Want them both. I can see this adding up. Any chance you can do some styling using Canadian market stores? Exchange, shipping and duty, not to mention the risk of returns, is killing me, and our selection is so limited. Wondering if you know of any hidden gems beyond the trad Addition-Elle, Reitmans or Penningtons (ugh!). I venture to Old Navy, H&M or Forever 21 for the odd piece, as they have Canadian sites, but they are tough to build a wardrobe from. Keep the inspiration coming!
I will have to look at what is available in Canada. I’m not familiar, but will do a little research. I am beginning to think I need to offer more options generally, as those in other countries are telling me they would like options as well. I’m learning! 🙂