From flared pants to fringe jackets to knee high boots, the 70s is having a huge moment. Incorporate a little nod to that decade in your wardrobe by adding one of the 70’s trends we love: button front skirts. It gives a stylish 70’s twist to any outfit, and is something that’s easy to pair with, dress up, and wear casually. Play with different materials, lengths, and silhouettes for different occasions. The best thing about this trend is that its popularity makes it an easy style to find at pretty much every price point. Check out how to style this trend and shop your favorite styles!
A solid color skirt gives the perfect amount of balance to play with different colors and prints, while still being fun and feminine. We love this look for pretty much any occasion, from trying out a new coffee shop or going out with the family!
We never thought this look could be pulled off, but a suede co-ord is the perfect nod to the 70’s trend, and as this look proves, can be surprisingly wearable. Pair it with simple accessories like slip on sandals and minimal jewelry for a modern take on this trend, and rock it for a day spent shopping or hanging out with friends.
The accessories paired with this off the shoulder top and denim button front skirt really amp the look up. This can be your new take on your usual date outfit, and the casual element that the denim brings will make it look like you just threw on your outfit in the most effortlessly cool way.
To make this trend more appropriate for work, try a knee-length A-line style. By itself, it might look a little frumpy or matronly, but paired with lace up booties and a leather moto jacket, and you’ll be the coolest girl in the office.
The pairing of a flared denim button front skirt with sneakers is the perfect weekend uniform, and reminds us of one of our favorite “it” girls, Alexa Chung. The mix of girly and sporty is an easy recipe for a no-fuss look that’s stylish and comfortable.
The takeaway here is that button front skirts are having a major moment. From denim, to suede, A-line to mini, there are hundreds of different styles that you can try for whatever occasion, and is a great way to incorporate the 70’s style into your everyday looks.