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JCPenney has a great selection of womens skirts that are long on style, for a flattering, elongating silhouette. Carefree, effortless, flattering—what more could you want in a skirt? A chevron maxi skirt is cute, unfussy and a closet staple you can wear all season. Be bold and go for a pleated maxi skirt – pleats add texture but not volume, so you’ll feel as good as you look. A chiffon style is billowy, ethereal and luxurious, offering a dramatic look but simple enough for everyday. Little details add a lot of drama, like side shirring, a comfy elastic waist, side or back slits and even some that have pockets. Slim, straight styles pair well with simple tanks for a relaxed, boho-chic vibe, while a bright, bold pattern is sure to draw attention. Sheer styles with a short underskirt are a fun way to show off some leg. Buy them in a variety of colors! They’re comfortable, easy care, easy to pack, and versatile enough for day or night, work or play.
Add some sizzle to your style with a below-the-knee midi skirt. A customized fit is your friend with this style of skirt. Depending on your height, a skirt that hits just below the knees may be more flattering on women with shorter legs, while a taller woman would find a skirt that hits mid-calf most flattering. Regardless, midi skirts are fun, sleek and ultra chic right now, and are a more relaxed take on the pencil skirt style. Or go for a more bohemian, casual style with a pleated midi skirt that’s equal parts graceful and sweet.
With a slightly tapered cut at the knees, a pencil skirt is sophisticated, chic and polished, making it perfect work-appropriate attire. Enjoy versatile, year-round style: it can be dressed up for special occasions just as easily as it fits into a work wardrobe. More benefits: they’re well fitting and often with a lining, wash well, retain their shape, and truly essential for any wardrobe. A basic that’s beautiful, a clear favorite you’ll want to wear with everything from tanks and tees to tunics or cardigans. Colored pencil skirts don’t have to be tricky. There are two choices: go bold for added drama, or go neutral to tone down the colored skirt. More color can be just as flattering as a neutral piece that will balance out the color of the skirt.