A pencil skirt is a form-fitting garment that usually falls to the knee or just below for a professional setting. It looks great no matter your height or body type. The figure hugging skirt also makes you look sexy and fashion. Pencil skirts are often paired with a leather jacket, a blouse or cardigan as part of a fashionable woman’s suit for both formal and informal settings. There are many pencil skirts with various patterns and sizes available in the clothing stores. But, with a bit of creativity and a little of handiwork, you can try creating your own with this great tutorial available to you! This is a great item to start sewing if you’re a beginner at sewing.
The modern pencil skirt was introduced in 1954 by the French designer, Christian Dior . This classic design has stood the test of time and has been a staple in women’s wardrobes ever since. Not only is the pencil skirt a versatile item, but it also looks great on many body types.
Wear your pencil skirt with heels and a jacket for work or wear it with a T-shirt and flats for your weekend activities. No matter how you decide to style your pencil skirt, you can be confident you will look great and be comfortable at the same time.
Pencil skirts are quickly becoming one of my go to staples. I used to never wear them anywhere but to work or church, but lately I’ve realized that with a simple t-shirt, they’re perfect for lounging around the house, running errands, or transitioning easily to date night all while being super put together and comfortable.
Watch how this gal with Pinkchocolatebreak makes this simple skirt in her step by step tutorial. This is one of these easiest DIY projects I’ve ever made!