For quite a while the fashion world had a major obsession with two types of skirts. It was either about the sexy short mini or the elegant silhouette of the maxi. However, for this upcoming season, designers have replaced these two styles with a midi length.

The mid-calf length has become this season’s front-and-centre star, and the hottest celebs are already in on the trend. Isn’t it a perfect excuse to add a new pretty purchase to your skirt arsenal? Like we needed one.

Pleated Midi Skirt

This vintage-inspired feminine style is definitely having a moment right now. It’s an essential piece to get you through the season, and is especially great for comfort as it gives you all the movement of a full skirt. Pick up a metallic shimmering piece and combine it with a pair of heels for a going-out outfit. It looks sophisticated but still gets some major disco vibes. Or, choose a chiffon pleated midi and pair it with a tee and sneakers to get a pretty touch to your daytime look.



Pencil Skirt

It’s always a great idea to invest in an absolute must – the classic pencil skirt. The best part is that it never goes out of style. Just remember that it must never be so straight that you cannot move – that’s just ridiculous. Finish the look with the seasonal staples – an off-shoulder bardot top or a simple cami. You can also go for the old school aesthetics by choosing the ribbed midi skirt and effortlessly pair it with a denim jacket and sneakers.



Prom Skirt

Isn’t a full midi the most adorable style ever? Perhaps it is. Inspired by the 50s, this high-waisted A-line skirt always gets a lot of wow factor thanks to the voluminous silhouette. Complete it with a crop top and elegant heels if you are looking for a feminine approach and a bit of sophistication.



Denim Skirt

It’s all about the 90s inspired denim skirt right now, whether it’s the casual style of a high-waist denim mini or a more trending approach via denim midi. Both grunge-inspired styles are perfect for pairing with cropped tops, graphic tees and button-downs, and the best part is that they can be worn all year round.


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