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Style Alert: Feather Skirts

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Historically speaking, it’s really quite incredible how many noteworthy fashion moments involve feathers. From Pocahontas’ quill-bedecked headpiece to flappers’ glamorous boas to Bjork’s infamous swan dress, plumage-accented pieces always garner plenty of attention, which is why they’re perfect for this time of year. After all, while sequins are merry and metallics look major, there’s something so frivolously fun about feathers! It’s no wonder we’ve found ourselves migrating towards these festive pieces-especially feathered mini skirts-as they’re sure to make a sartorial statement at all of the season’s many parties!

Now, if you agree that a feathered skirt is an absolute wardrobe must-have, you can take one of two paths to procure said item. Your first option is to purchase your feathered skirt: there are a slew of gorgeous styles on the market right now. Of all the many iterations available, we suggest checking out Tory Burch’s stunning Fawn Skirt ($525) from her F/W 10 collection. Boasting a subtle silhouette, the ostrich-feathered skirt-shown above in both violet and black-embodies an eclectic and playful spirit that’s ideal for an after-hours soiree.

We picked for you some of our favorite  streetstyle photos of bloggers wearing Feather Skirts. Take a look and pick the looks that inspire you the most!!

SHOP FEATHER SKIRTS

Photo: SydneyStyle.com

1. Lay skirt on a flat surface and glue the feather trim to the hem, starting at the bottom edge on the far left side.
2. Make sure you use a generous layer of glue on the feather trim (but not so much that it seeps over the trim’s edges) and be sure to position the trim so that it lies flat along the hem.
3. Once glued in place, cut the trim on the far right edge of the skirt.

SHOP FEATHER SKIRTS

Photos: Pinterest

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