One thing that over the last couple of years that I have tried to incorporate more into my wardrobe are skirts. I am quite the trousers/jeans type of girl. Don’t get me wrong I have skirts and dresses in my wardrobe but I have that natural shift towards a trouser. But as mentioned I have tried to change that up a bit as I am becoming to realise what my personal style is. And now to me there is something so freeing and joyful about bring out the Spring skirts. That symbolic moment that we know the weather is good enough to wear these new spring/summer outfits with confidence. A skirt shows how warmer weather is here and that we can finally appreciate some sun.
So if you are like me, and are trying to find some spring skirts to add into your wardrobe before Easter or spring then I thought I would round up a few options that are currently on the market. What I will say is that there is some very definitive styles that are going to be on trend this spring so make sure to check those out. Also a lot of these skirts look better on the model than the product photos above so make sure to click the links to check them out properly!
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Pretty Lavish have some really gorgeous skirts that can be bought apart of coord sets or on their own, and really scream holiday vibes to me. I mean if we don’t get to go away this year I think we can buy something that will make us feel like we are right?
One trend that I have picked up on is this asymmetrical skirt. Mango and Zara are both completely full of asymmetrical mini skirts and of all different variations from neutrals to florals and bold prints. Honestly a must watch trend.
Something that I have also noticed that if it isn’t mini skirts it is midi to maxi denim skirts that are all over the shops. I used to think that they gave off mum vibes a little bit, and thought they would be really uncomfortable. But when you see it on the model I am actually kind of sold on it. What do you think?
Something that working from home has taught us, or just emphasised, is that COMFORT IS KEY. These knit skirts are a perfect way to honour that but still look super chic whilst doing it.
One of the most versatile style skirts you can have in your wardrobe is a calf-length satin skirt which can be worn all year around. I love the look of them when they are styled with jumpers and trainers. And they can be dressed up more in the winter for any festive parties. The list is endless and thats why they are on my list.
Another knit skirt, this one slightly more affordable than the Mango option, but a different colour. Just to really emphasise how much of a trend they currently are with loungewear being a must.
Okay, this gave me Mamma Mia 2 vibes. You know where young Donna is in the orangery and is wearing that gorgeous orange skirt?! I know its not as orange but this lyocell skirt would just float around and be perfect for the spring/summer transition. It is also in the conscious range!
Never underestimate the power of a skort. Skorts are honestly a life saver especially if you have days out planned. The look cute but are also practical so you don’t risk any flashes or are just busy on the go.
And finally, if you are looking for a subtle pop of colour this satin midi skirt from Zara is a perfect spring skirt option. The details of the gathered waist makes it adjustable for anyone to wear and pull off.
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