The women’s fashion covers various types of pieces, but few have the possibility of being as sexy as a slit pencil skirt. If you find this item incredible and want to learn how to use it, we will show you several references to follow. The pencil skirt came in the 1950s and gradually became an essential piece in women’s wardrobes. They are sexy, elegant and quite versatile. After all, depending on the fabric and style, they can go from casual look up to makeup for a job interview. The traditional model is fair, has a high waist and tapers when it comes close to the knee. But, today we are going to talk about an adaptation, the pencil skirt with slit. It has the same shape as usual, but has a slot that can vary in place and depth. To better understand these differences, check out the following topics.
But to prove you the black slit pencil skirt can also be worn in a casual look, we’ve come up with a great idea of a combination. What do you want to know about the T-shirt?
Although most of the slits are on the side of the skirt, on one of the thighs, it is also possible to find models with central crevices.
Regardless of which sweater style you choose, you only need to be careful when combining the rest of the accessories.
The photo above is a great example of how to make the piece even more interesting. The buttons bring a special touch to the item and, while giving even more prominence to the slit, do not leave the piece very provocative.
However, for you to realize the importance of combining the other elements, we have brought the following example. Although the skirt has similar colors to the previous, the combination of the blouse and, of course, the difference in depth of the slit, made the look a little less provocative.
The prints may appear throughout the piece or not. This can also be a great help to cause a better trim in the body.
Running away from the floral prints, we also brought some striped options for you to fall in love with. They can appear vertically, horizontally, diagonally, forming chess or creating other different compositions in the piece.
Ties also look great on cracked pencil skirts.
And speaking of looks ideal to go to work, how about the one in the picture below? The buttons and the pockets of the skirt make it even more prominent.