The Skirt Every Street Style It-Girl Is Wearing

There’s always that one, have-to-have it, It-girl piece that surfaces among the street style set, and this season we have a clear winner: Tibi’s Splatter-Paint Skirt ($650). Perfectly feminine and just the right amount of cool, the artful essential is taking center stage in some of the season’s most inspiring looks. 

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  • Offered in two colorways—black and white and black and red—and seen on a series of fashion-forward ladies, including Eva Chen and Blair Eadie, the skirt is every bit as photogenic as it is covet-worthy. Keep reading for some of the chicest ways to wear it now.

  • Eva Chen
    Photo credit: Vanessa Jackman

    Eva Chen

    In true Chen fashion, the Lucky Editor-In-Chief gave her red and black version an eccentric twist with mixed prints consisting of a houndstooth bomber jacket from a store in Hong Kong and Balenciaga heels. 

  • Aimee Song
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    Aimee Song of Song of Style

    During New York Fashion Week in September, the Los Angeles native grounded the skirt’s inherent fanciness with a casual tank by Mlle Mademoiselle and Zara heels. 

  • Joanna Hillman
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    Joanna Hillman

    The Harper’s Bazaar Senior Fashion Market Editor appropriately styled her black and white version of the skirt with another of-the-moment piece: the turtleneck.

  • Blair Eadie
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    Blair Eadie of Atlantic-Pacific

    Eadie knows her way around a full skirt better than anyone we know, so it’s no surprise she gravitated towards the latest style from Tibi. The blogger played up its femininity with a luxe fur stole, quilted Chanel bag, and pointed-toe heels from Zara.

  • Athena Calderone
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    Athena Calderone

    For an edgier take, interior designer and creative force behind blog Eye Swoon Athena Calderone wore hers with a vintage Dolce & Gabbana cropped blazer and abbreviated top.

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