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Paralegal Career Dressing: 5 Pleated Skirts Under $50

Paralegal Career Dressing: 5 Pleated Skirts Under $50

Spring is coming, and a sleek, chiffon-type, swingy pleated skirt, suitable for a conservative office, is on my wish list, inspired by recent looks from some of my favorite style bloggers. I’ll keep checking the thrift stores and eBay, but in the meantime, I’ll use these economically priced skirts for inspiration (or fold and buy one if I can’t score on local sale rack or thrift store. I’d love to find the Jason Wu but hear that local Target stores emptied pretty quickly of his line.).

Charter Club Skirt ~ $49.99 (Macy’s)
Pleat Me for Dinner Skirt ~ $42.99 (ModCloth)
AK Anne Klein Pleated Soft Skirt ~ $29.99 (6PM.com)
Jason Wu for Target Pleated Skirt ` $29.99 (Target in stores only)
Mod Print Skirt by Line & Dot ~ $47.99 (Piperlime)

What spring item(s) are you eyeing to spruce up your office wardrobe?

2 Responses to Paralegal Career Dressing: 5 Pleated Skirts Under $50

  1. Pretty skirts! I've decided I'm going to jump on the orange train this spring, even though it's not a color I usually wear. I'm looking for orange accessories and a skirt to keep the color away from my face.

  2. Louise, I have a thrifted tangerine strapless Gap dress I can't wait to style for work this spring. But I'm allergic to orange. If I wear it anywhere, I look…orange. But hot pink or bright blue are looking promising for spring skirts – or pumps. I've promised myself one pair of colored heels!

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