Two women wearing sari wrap skirts with long sleeves and hats and standing in front of a green bush

Fall Outfits: Wear Your Sari Wrap Skirt Year-Round

It finally happened.

The grocery stores have begun, once more, to roll out their pumpkin-flavored items. We all know what this means: Fall is on its way! While it may still feel a little too early for a Pumpkin Spice Latte (It is ever too early?), now is the time to start thinking about fall fashion. New looks are appearing in stores, school is starting back up, and visions of cozy sweaters and boots are beginning to dance in our heads.

One of the most fashionable, versatile, and comfortable pieces for autumn is the Sari Wrap Skirt. These skirts, which hearken back to the wrap skirt trend of the 90’s, come in a variety of colors and prints. They are delightfully adjustable too, which not only makes it easy to swap skirts with friends, but ensures that this garment can be dressed up, dressed down, and styled in a hundred different ways. Whether you’re strolling through the fall farmer’s market, heading to a Saturday at the apple orchard, or watching spooky movies at home, there’s a wrap skirt for you. Much more than festival-wear, wrap skirts are on point for autumn. Not sure how to style them? We’ve got your outfit inspiration right here!

  •  Denim Jacket
  • Woman wearing a Sari Wrap Skirt With A Denim Jacket and hat while standing in a shallow lake

    The beauty and the challenge of styling a wrap skirt lies in its adjustability. Should you wear it high on your waist, or low? Loose, tight, or in-between? Shirt tucked in or out? The options are endless, but it all means that you can create tons of cute outfits with just a few skirts and other pieces in your arsenal.

    To make it easy on yourself, start with a simple denim jacket. Easy to find, simple to care for, and goes with anything, a good denim jacket never goes out of style. It is a must for fall. Wear over a tank top or bodysuit tucked into a Sari Wrap Skirt for a clean-cut style. 

  • Wide-Brimmed Hat
  • Woman wearing a Sari Wrap Skirt With a Wide Brimmed Hat and cardigan standing in front a tree

    Top off your wrap skirt with a bold accessory! Wide-brimmed hats not only protect your skin from the sun, but they offer a Boho-cool fashion statement. When pairing with a patterned wrap skirt, focus on a neutral hat in colors like black, brown, oxblood, khaki, or grey. Fall is the perfect time for choosing a darker hat color.

    On warmer fall days, you might not want a maxi-length wrap skirt. On those days, you can grab a  Recycled Indian Sari Wrap Skirt, which comes in mini-skirt length! Finish with tights and some leather booties to complete your Boho look.

  • Bold Necklace
  • Woman wearing a red Sari Wrap Skirt With a Chunky Necklace and white tank and standing in front of a pile of wood

  • Wrap skirts often have playful patterns, bright colors, and tons of personality. How do you balance a lively skirt with what you wear on top? It’s simple. First, choose a comfortable shirt in a neutral color. It might be a grey tank top, a white long-sleeve t-shirt, or even a black flutter-sleeve blouse. On cool days, a knit sweater is perfect. Depending on the top, you can leave it tucked in or tucked out of your skirt. You can even try a “French tuck,” with your wrap skirt, which simply means tucking in the front of your shirt and leaving the back hanging out, tunic-style. (For maximum breathability and comfort, we reach for the Sari Wrap Skirt.

    Now that you’ve got a bright skirt and a neutral top, pull the whole outfit together by choosing a bold necklace to match your skirt. It can match the skirt’s primary color or pick up an accent hue. Long beads, retro costume jewelry, or colorful and contemporary baubles are all great options.

  • Wear as a Wrap
  • Woman wearing a purple Sari Wrap Skirt as a Shawl with jeans and a hat and standing on wooden steps surrounded by greenery

    Sure, the Sari Wrap Skirt is a skirt…but did you know it can also be a poncho, scarf, or wrap? This is next-level versatility! If you want to rock a new pair of jeans but would like to incorporate your skirt, just un-wrap it and layer as you would any other wrap or scarf. You can tie it around your neck, let it hang loosely over your shoulders, or tie the ends near your waist so that it covers your entire upper body. Once you break this piece out of its traditional skirt form, your imagination will run wild.   

  • Booties
  • Close up of two women wearing Sari Wrap Skirts with Boots and Booties and standing on a wooden surface
    When you think of wrap skirts, your mind might instantly sprint to a summer shoe, such as espadrilles, strappy sandals, or wedges. Those footwear choices work well in the sunny summertime, but you will need to transition to a more appropriate fall shoe as the weather turns cool. Worried about pairing booties with your wrap skirt? Don’t! A pair of low booties can give your legs even more length, especially if they have a heel.  Look for neutral colors and fun features such as cutouts and metallic details or suede.

    Tall Riding Boots

    Woman wearing a Sari Wrap Skirt with Tall Riding Boots and a yellow tee and sitting on a brick ledge surrounded by flowers

    Some may think that tall boots only look good with skirts that fall above the knee, but we're here to disagree! Rock your tall boots and maxi skirts for a casual boho look. (Although for our friends who we can't sway, our sari wrap skirt does come in a 'mini' length!)

    If you are into the 90’s look, now is the time to try mules. Backless, comfy, and oh-so-stylish right now, mules are IN in a big way. If the Sari Wrap Skirt is your go-to for travel due to its packable qualities, you will love slipping one, two, or even three pairs of mules in your carryon to match! Leather, suede, and velvet will all be popular textures for mules this fall. (Psst—you can even buy a
    Wrap Skirt 3-Pack!)

    Fitted Turtleneck (OR Crew Neck Sweater)
  • Wear Your Sari Wrap Skirt with a Turtleneck
  • Style your sari wrap skirt with a fitted turtleneck or crew neck sweater tucked in. Throw on a pair of leggings for added warmth, and a chunky necklace to pull it all together with some pizzazz. Makes for a great work outfit in the fall - comfy with just the right amount of personality.