The next big hit of spring will be this skirt. Perfect.
It’s hard not to see the piece and imagine it on the runways of Paris Fashion Week. It’s perfect for a warm evening.
Iconic designer Christian Dior introduced “The New Look” to the world. Her first collection, presented in 1947, featured models with waists defined by corsets and wide midi skirts. At the time, this silhouette revolutionized post-war women’s looks.
Decades after the creator’s death in 1957, that legacy lives on on the catwalks. All the creative directors who worked for the company brought their own vision, but it is still common for them to reinterpret these pieces. So under the supervision of Maria Gracia Chiuri, these are the models that cannot be missing from a fashion show of the French giant.
It’s a given: few can buy this kind of proposition. Many of these run into four figures, so women are looking for similar designs at retailers at a fraction of the price. A Sfera skirt, sold at El Corte Inglés, could be part of one of the famous company’s current collections.
Characterized by its round and voluminous design, the piece adds a touch of sophistication to any look. Even if you opt for a simpler top — which is recommended — the pink element has such an impact that it completes the look on its own.
As well as being structured, the proposal is characterized by a fit at the waist and features a subtle finish on the hem. It will be ideal to define the figure and maintain comfort. In the coming spring days, your length will be one of the most sought after.
The skirt costs €59.99 on the El Corte Inglés website and, in the coming seasons, you should find similar options at Paris Fashion Week. Available in XS and M sizes.
Click through the gallery to discover NiT’s collection of other tube skirts, with models from various brands, colors and prices. They make any woman look taller and more elegant.
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