Saturday, 8 September 2018

Styling A Midi Skirt

The ASOS Box Pleat Green Polka Dot Midi Skirt is my recent wardrobe addition which has spurred on an obsession with all midi skirts, which is good for my new Autumn style, but bad for my bank holiday. Although I've got the green one to style for you today, it comes in Non-Spotty Plum shade and a black version too! 

One of my favourite ways to wear a midi skirt with ease is with a lightweight jumper on top, this New Look Actually I Can Jumper is from last year in the pink, but this one is similar too and I find that the light baby pink contrasts the forest green perfectly creating a look that's both Autumnal and lightweight - perfect for the transitional season. 

On top, I also paired it with a lightweight orange top which I got from H&M, but they can be found pretty much anywhere on the high street. I wore this mustard hue many times with a variety of outfits throughout the past month and it's great for a dose of colour if you're somebody who tends to sway more towards the dark colours on top. 

Although a couple of weeks ago, I'd be suggesting something like the ASOS Sandals to wear on your feet, I don't know about you, but I'm feeling rather chilly at the moment, so boots it is! The Park Lane Chelsea Boots ones are so similar to the ones I'm wearing in these photographs (which are unfortunately from last year too!) and I think they add an edge to the whole midi skirt outfit. Personally I think if you got a plain black midi skirt to wear then you could jazz the whole outfit up with a pair of these Next Leopard Print Boots - totally wearable for a Saturday outfit and can be transitioned from day to night too. 

Here are a few of my other favourite midi skirts I've got my eye on and a few items you could pair them with too. I'm hoping to get a couple this year and am able to mix and match all the hues together to create a few go-to Autumnal outfits. 


How would you style a midi skirt?

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