Hello, spring! As far as we’re concerned, those blue skies and fresh blooms can’t come quick enough. A new season equals warmer days, lighter evenings, and a chance to swish around in floaty midi skirts. Sure, you can wear them with leggings and boots throughout the winter months, But there’s something about styling modest skirts for spring that has us utra-excited.
So, let’s get started with some style-spiration. If you’re getting your new-season closet ready, here’s how to wear every spring-ready midi skirt in your wardrobe...
1. Keep Your Casuals Casual
If you’re wearing a casual midi, like a knitted or drawstring style, make sure the rest of your outfit falls in line with your ultra-effortless look. Team this type of skirt with a tee, and balance block colors with timeless patterns. For example, if your tee has a print on it, wear a block colored skirt – and vice versa. Finish with pumps, flat sandals or sneakers for the ultimate everyday ensemble.
2. Transition in Corduroy
While corduroy may be too thick for those long-awaited summer months, it’s the perfect transitional fabric to take you from winter into spring. Wear it in neutral hues for comfort, warmth and elegance in one, then add a cotton top to let the touchy-feely texture stand out. It doesn’t have to be a plain t-shirt – one with flutter sleeves or broderie cut-outs will add a little welcome detail to your look.
3. Go Floaty with Your Florals
If you’re going to do a floaty skirt, make it a floral print. The two are a match made in midi heaven, giving every outfit a feminine feel. Best of all, this is one midi style that can be glammed up or dressed down. Pair with sneakers by day, then add a small block heel to make it evening-ready.
4. Do a Denim Skirt in Style
No closet is complete without a denim midi skirt. From flared to pencil; any silhouette goes, providing you get your choice of shirt just right. Because denim is a thicker, more rigid fabric, you need your top to work with the shape. That means, if your skirt is straight, boxy tees with short sleeves are better for balancing the proportions. Meanwhile, on cool early spring days when a sweater is required, an A-line skirt is the perfect pick for an instantly polished and timeless look.
5. Modernise the Boho Look
There’s nothing more fun or floaty to wear than a boho midi skirt. Make it modern by swapping prairie blouses for tees and tops that add a laid back twist. Then, add boots or white pumps to take those casual vibes up a notch. It’s the new-era way to do boho styling, and we couldn’t love it more.
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