Sharp dramatic silhouettes are a Palmer//Harding calling card and this black cotton-twill skirt is a fine example. The draped asymmetric hem falls from a high waistband elongating the body and showcasing the calves with flattering results. Tuck in a striped skirt and end on wraparound ankle-tie shoes for the most directional take.
Easy-to-wear fabrics and distinctive silhouettes define the Palmer//Harding aesthetic and this blue cotton maxi skirt follows suit. It has a light voluminous shape that's boldly detailed with blue white and red stripes and is slit at the front and sides to reveal a navy cotton-poplin mini-skirt layer underneath. Team it with a crisp white blouse with fluted sleeves to balance the proportions.
Palmer//Harding looks to its background in dramatic reworked shirting to craft this navy-blue light-blue and white striped skirt. It's crafted from a stretchy cotton-blend twill and shaped to a crisp high-rise silhouette with a draped side and asymmetric hem that cascades down towards the calves. Team it with a subverted blouse and sock boots for a fresh approach to workwear.
Feminine interpretations of classic utilitarian shapes are key for the new season and Palmer//Harding leads the way with this oatmeal-beige maxi skirt. It's crafted from lightly textured stretch-cotton corduroy and finished with a neat row of buttons self-fastening belt and high hemline slit for definition. Wear it with one of the label's contemporary shirts for summer days in the office.
Palmer//Harding's proclivity for innovative shapes with contemporary detailing is clear to see in this dark forest-green wrap-style skirt. Crafted from a mid-weight woven wool it sits high on the waist before falling into soft pleats and finishing at the ankles. Wear yours with pointy black boots for a contemporary professional appearance.