- Different ways to style the midi-skirt which work every time
- Dressing your midi-skirts, up or down
- How to make a midi-skirt fit in with your individual style
Styling 1- Use neutrals
Ever feel like you have endless amounts of plain white T-shirts but feel like they are too boring and plain to wear to something nice? A midi-skirt is the perfect opportunity to make use of your plains!
If you want to add something a bit extra, I sometimes choose a white top with a bit of lace edging, like the one which I am wearing in the image below. If you are going somewhere you’d like to be even more dressy (such as a wedding) you could opt for a fancy blouse. Neutrals are also a great way of letting the skirt do the talking.
Styling 2- Graphic Tee’s
If neutrals aren’t something you usually go for, then you can jazz up your midi-skirt with a rougher edge. A great way to do this is through the use of a good ol’ graphic tee. Graphic tee’s are a great way to insert your own personal style, as well as express your interests and hobbies. I have loads with my fave bands, as well as some with puns on.
Styling 3 – Add a jacket
Adding different jackets to an outfit you wear often can give it a whole new look and lease of life.
Styling 4 – Pick out a colour
If you own a midi skirt with loads of colours throughout, then pick out one of those colours as a top and so on…
This is also a fab way of getting a tonne of use out of the skirt as you can create a bunch of new outfits just through picking out the different colours.
With the Zara skirt below, it has a bunch of colours. This can be super overwhelming when you have no clue how to style it. But, you can just pick out a single colour, such as the peach or teal green and style your look around that.
Styling 5 – Jazz up a plain midi-skirt using colourful accessories
Adding a colourful bag or pair of shoes is an easy way to add a pop of colour to a monochrome look. Also if colour is something that scares you, keeping your outfit neutral and adding some colourful accessories is a great way to introduce colour into your wardrobe.