Hi, everyone!

I recently wrote a post on how bandage skirts are such a classic wardrobe staple. They are so effortlessly stylish and the best part is that they don’t seem to be going out of fashion anytime soon. Bandage skirts are super easy to dress up or down, depending on the occasion. They’re also available in all kinds of colors, prints, and styles; so, there’s literally something for everyone. However, if you typically wear a plus size, you might be wondering how a bandage skirt would look on you. But, there’s no reason for you to worry, because there are many ways in which you could wear a bandage skirt and look great in it. The key is to style it in a way so that it flatters your body type.

Let’s take a look at some ways in which you can style a bandage skirt for plus sizes.

1. Always wear it with a pair of statement heels:

When styling a bandage skirt for a plus size, it’s a great idea to pair the skirt with some statement heels. You could opt for stilettos or wedges, depending on your preference. Not only is a good pair of shoes a wonderful accessory to go with the outfit, but it also helps elongate the look of your legs. Avoid wearing bandage skirts with flats.

2. Sport the skirt with a biker jacket:

A black biker or bomber leather jacket is a great piece to pair with your bandage skirt. This pairing works especially well for plus sizes, and you just can’t go wrong with it.

3. Pair it with a chic denim jacket:

If it’s too warm to wear a leather jacket, you can always pair the bandage skirt with a chic denim jacket. This is also a great way to dress the skirt down and wear it more casually.

4. Go for solid tees and tops:

Prefer to pair your bandage skirt with a solid top. Whether you wear a shirt, a tee, a blouse or a pullover to go with the skirt; pick solid styles over the ones with too many prints or embellishments.

5. Wear closely matched colors:

If your skirt is pink or green in color, for instance, try to pick a top from the same color family. It’s always a good idea not to break the color scheme, especially if you’re wearing something as fitted as a bandage skirt.

6. Avoid skirts with prints:

When styling for plus sizes, it’s also a good idea to pick a bandage skirt in a solid color. An excess of prints or embroidery on the skirt can make it look too hectic. If you would like to add some variety, you could go for a bandage skirt with self-stripes or one with interesting cuts and contours.

7. Accessorize all the way:

Accessories are a must when it comes to styling a bandage skirt. It might be useful to remember that there’s nothing like over-accessorizing in this case! Go all out and sport a pair of spunky earrings or even bangles. Alternatively, you could pair the skirt with a solid top and a statement necklace. In addition to the heels, pay attention to other accessories like the handbag you carry with the outfit.

Source: makeupandbeauty.com