Wearing a knitted skirt can be not only flattering, but so comfortable too.
The softness and drape of a knit skirt looks great on most figures, and the warmth is always welcome when temperatures drop.
When planning a skirt, do not forget to choose a springy yarn like Cascade 220 to guard against a baggy booty.
In cooler weather, I also like to wear opaque support hose under my knitted skirts for a smooth line from hips to toe. They eliminate lumps and bumps and make me feel more secure and well…supported, as if I’m not jiggling like jello under my knit skirt.
Shana is a perfect example of how great looking a knitted skirt can be. The trumpet shape visually balances out larger hips and the pretty lace detailing adds interest to a flat stockinette knit. I also love the sophisticated pairing of Old Rose and Black.