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Runway to Real Life: 15 Wrap Skirts You Can Wear This Fall

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We spotted wrap skirts on the runway from designers like Proenza Schouler, Aquascutum, Reed Krakoff, and more — the geometric, slightly off-kilter shape gives the standard skirt a fun face lift, and one that will look fresh and modern even when paired with more classic pieces. Typically worn low on the hips, it's a versatile piece that takes well to many different types of tops and sweaters. It may not be the most basic skirt style, but it can work seamlessly into your Fall wardrobe, giving you lots of wearability throughout the season. Ready to wrap it up? Read our tips, then click through to see 15 wrap skirts that you absolutely need this Fall.

  • For an office-appropriate look, just look to Proenza Schouler's chic styling (far left): a longer hemline looks sophisticated with a lightweight, long-sleeved button-down and statement necklace. Streamline the look by cinching at the waist with a thin belt.
  • Aquascutum (middle) gives a perfect example of how to take your wrap skirt into casual-cool territory — instead of tucking in your top, layer the look with a chunky knit and knee-grazing coat, and add a pair of cool leather ankle boots for a pulled-together weekend look.
  • Wrap skirts can make for sultry cocktail attire, due in part to the subtly sexy leg opening and asymmetrical hemlines. Give the look a shot of sex appeal with a floaty, low-cut blouse, à la Reed Krakoff (far right) and add strappy heels.
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