Those who bat for Team Swoosh know exactly what I mean. It’s that gorgeous, happy, and addictive movement of voluminous fabric as you stride. In particular when you wear dresses and skirts. I bat for Team Swoosh, and thoroughly enjoy wearing big skirts, and dresses with big skirts. 

Onto some outfit ideas for Team Swoosh.

1. Draped Top and Draped Skirt

A black utility skirt with intricate drape and side cargo pocket detailing swooshes right along with a very drapey and oversized blouse. The blouse is half tucked in front to create a waistline, which in turn gives the outfit some structure thereby tempering its volume. Chunky black sandals and jewellery that match the palette and model’s hair finish off the look.

Draped Top and Draped Skirt

2. Swoosh Squared

A long and voluminous polka dot skirt is combined with an equally voluminous and mismatched polka dot blouse. It’s worn out and does not hint at a waist, thereby creating double swoosh and volume. The polka dot patterns work together because they are the same type of two-toned pattern despite their varying palettes. Pewter pumps and earrings complete the look.

Swoosh Squared

2. Lots of Dress

Here’s a majorly voluminous midaxi dress in a large scale graphic pattern with puffed sleeves and pockets. It’s big and swooshes big! Heeled dressy cream booties match the palette and add a tailored touch. Spectacular!

Lots of Dress

4. Architectural Drape

Last, an olive skirt with asymmetrical architectural drape is combined with a fluid light grey sweater. It’s fully tucked to showcase the waist, which adds a lot of structure to the outfit. This is the least voluminous look of the four, yet there’s plenty of skirt swoosh. Dressy cream slingbacks and bag that match the model’s hair are the finishing touch. Add jewellery, eyewear and watch as desired.

Architectural Drape