It’s no secret the Aritzia Wilfred Twirl skirt is one of my favourite pieces for any wardrobe. I own it in a neutral beige tone, and I have repeatedly purchased it for my clients for a few valid reasons.
- It works on so many body types. I had petite clients with a long torso using it to elongate their lower body. I had clients with a triangle silhouette use its natural A-line to confer volume to their hips. I would use it for other clients to mask areas of concern around their waits, and the list goes on.
- It’s versatile, as you can see from the endless outfits opportunities it opens. It can be worn in any circumstances and for any occasion, literally.
- It packs well. I have travelled with this particular Aritzia skirt to Italy, and it did not wrinkle one bit. It’s light, and you can also take it in hand luggage.
I created five different outfits (plus this one) to showcase this fantastic item and its versatility.
Outfit 1: Blazer and pumps for the office. My shoes are from Mango. The peplum jacket is from Rag and Bone (sold out). Here are a few great alternatives for US shoppers: Styland, Theory. Canadian shoppers: Theory, Rebbeca Taylor.
Outfit 2: Wrap shirt alternative for Canadian shoppers: Hudson, Scotch & Soda. US shoppers: MICHAEL by Michael Kors, GANNI, New Look. Rafia Wedges US shoppers: Sophia Webster, Saint Laurent. Canadian shoppers: Steve Madden, Castaner. Rafia bag US shoppers: Btb Los Angeles, Chloé, Canadian shoppers: Btb Los Angeles, Stella McCartney.
Outfit 3: Nude bodysuit Andreadamo, nude stilettos Steve Madden, Canada: Sam Edelman
Outfit 4: J Brand Silk cami, alternative from La Perla, Stuart Weitzman Nudist sandal, Canada: Stuart Weitzman Nudist.
Outfit 5: Theory T-shirt, Sam Edelman sandals, Sensi Studio bag, similar here.
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