Kendall Jenner Just Wore the Polarizing Fall Trend Emily Ratajkowski Also Favors

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Kendall Jenner Cargo Skirt
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Leave it to Kendall Jenner to make one of the season’s most polarizing trends look chic. Earlier this month, the supermodel was spotted in Brentwood, California wearing a cargo midi skirt with a simple black tee and flip flops. Her low-rise skirt from The Attico has two oversized pockets and a slit down the front — and though her exact skirt is sold out, Amazon has tons of similar options at a much lower price point.  

Jenner isn’t the only model who’s embracing the cargo trend; Emily Ratajkowski recently wore a cargo mini skirt with a cropped button-down top and Western-inspired boots. What used to be a style reserved for tourists, dads, and utility workers, has now become a celeb-approved fashion moment, and we have no choice but to hop on board.

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Available in the same army green color as Jenner’s skirt, the Viatabuna cargo midi has a low-rise waistband with a button- and zipper-closure, six pockets, and a slit down the back. It’s made from 100 percent cotton, so you can throw it in the wash without worrying about damage. Just note: This style isn’t available for Prime delivery, so you’ll have to pay for shipping. 

Viatabuna Long Denim Skirts for Women Maxi Paperbag

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Another long, green option, the Tiaford maxi skirt also has a low-rise fit, along with a zipper-closure on the side, slit side pockets, and a drawstring around the hemline. This option is made from a breathable and stretchy blend of polyester and spandex. Pair it with a simple tee for a supermodel-approved outfit that’s just as comfortable as it is trendy. 

Tiaford Women Long Cargo Skirt with Pockets

Shop now: $27; amazon.com

To channel your inner ‘90s style icon, go with this ruched cargo maxi skirt. It features both side pockets and zippered pockets on the thighs and has a subtle side slit. Given its longer length, this skirt would look great with a pair of platform sandals or boots — depending on the season. 

Bocymolay Women Y2k Cargo Long Skirt

Shop now: $28; amazon.com

While it has a shorter hemline, this knee-length cargo skirt is most similar to Jenner’s pick since it has cargo pockets on either side and a slit down the front. This option, however, has a high-rise waistband, which is great for those of us who aren’t quite on board with the low-rise fad. It comes in seven colors and is made from a blend of cotton and spandex. 

GLOSTORY Women's Midi Knee Length Pencil Skirt

Shop now: $30; amazon.com

As the least cargo-y option on the list, the Baleaf midi skirt is a simple way to ease into the trend. It’s made from moisture-wicking material, and it has an elastic waistband with an interior drawstring, side slit with adjustable buttons, cargo pocket on the right side, and a zippered pocket on the left. Available in four neutral colors, it’s a staple piece you can easily pair with a range of tops in your wardrobe. 

BALEAF Women's Long Casual Skirt Pocket with Slit

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Shop now: $30 (Originally $40); amazon.com

Although you may not have expected to be fawning over cargo skirts this season, now that our fave supermodels have brought back the trend, it’s worth giving a shot. 

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