5 Midi Skirt Styles We Love

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The midi skirt gets an edgy makeover this season with leather (faux of course!). Paired with pops of pastel and girly prints, it’s the perfect middle ground between biker chic and feminine polish. For everyday style, we love the relaxed pleated fit of this Mango beauty (additional style points for the leather on leather styling!). H&M’s A-Line offerings in both black and brown are also on our wishlist – simply add a white tee and chunky trainers for an easy weekend look that’ll see you through everything from running errands to brunch with the girls. Looking for something a little dressier? This black croc-embossed pencil skirt from Topshop brings all the glam. Don’t forget your heeled leather mules for the final finishing touch!

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Slip Skirt

A fashion crowd favourite, the slip skirt remains a wardrobe staple going into the year ahead – much to our delight. Tonal dressing is key for the slip skirt, so choose a shade you love and run with it. Our top pick? We’re head over heels for this vibrant azure silk-charmeuse option by Anine Bing. Paired with a matching oversized knit and leather strap sandals, consider this your date night outfit sorted! We also love this light pistachio green version from H&M – the relaxed sweep hem goes perfectly with pumps or trainers for a day-to-day city look. Alternatively, play into the 90’s vibe with these ASOS and Zara options, complete with obligatory vintage floral print for ultimate cool girl style.

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Minimalists look away now, this next midi-skirt style embraces all things loud, bold and colourful. Inject some fun into your weekday wardrobe with a variety of prints. From animal (we adore Reformation’s Zander Skirt) to retro spots (this poplin Staud number is a must-have), florals (go boho with Lost + Wander’s Fairy Skirt) and even heart (here’s looking at you Réalisation Par), anything goes! Just make sure you pair your print midi skirt of choice with a matching top for maximum impact.

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Comfort meets style as cosy knitted midi skirts bring together the best of both worlds. Head-to-toe matching monochrome sets reign supreme, with rib and cable knit textures to add depth and dimension. Look out for twinning co-ord pieces for an instant all-in-one outfit. We’re especially drawn to Native Youth’s powder blue combo, which keeps the look fun and youthful. Or, for something with a touch more sophistication, Mango’s camel and ecru skirt and sweater options exude understated elegance (see also Topshop’s caramel knitted skirt for a similar vibe). Zara’s knit midi-skirt offering also sticks to neutral tones, with the addition of a sexy side slit – evidence that knitwear has moved far beyond granny chic.

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Proving you can never go wrong with a classic, the denim midi skirt makes its triumphant return this season. This time round, the trend favours denim midi skirts of the high-rise, fitted pencil variety. Case in point, Reformation’s best-selling black number. For a more budget-friendly option, try this version from H&M, which has that same centre front slit for added cool. As for colour, the faded 80’s acid wash is every fashion girl’s go-to. Get in on the action courtesy of Zara, Free People and Mango. To complete the look, lean into the retro Western vibe with a pair of white cowboy boots.

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