Midi skirts are everywhere these days. They are back in fashion and how, also they come in different sizes, patterns, bolder colours, random designs, etc. The lengths are less strict and can end just below the knees or a couple of inches above the ankle. Also they have more variants now- full, flowing, pleated, etc. So there is a style that everyone can adapt their midi-skirt to.
The midi skirt is a wear-anywhere piece, and you can easily take it from morning to night, from office to parties.
Full midi skirt: Wear it with a tee and flats for day or layer it up with a blazer and change into heels for night. You can also pair it with a crop top or go for matching separates.
For winters or chilly weather, you can team it with knits, layer with denim, leather and go for boots. This trend knows no season.
Floating/Pleated: Light, flowing fabrics and in silk/chiffon, these look very classy and princessy. Pleated midi skirts can also be worn either at work or for a night out with friends.
Midi skirts look great in denim and leather too. They are classic versatile pieces which can be teamed up with so many things. And, so do the printed, floral, striped, polka dots and lace ones.
Pencil: Pencil skirts are usually knee length, but midi pencil skirts are also IN these days and look quite chic. These are best paired with a ruffled blouse for work and with a crop top for partying.
Basically, high-waist midi skirts are crop top’s best friend. When you are wearing a pleated or full midi skirt which is loose and flowy, you need something fitted on the top to balance it out. If crop top is not your cup of tea, still go for a fitted top, tuck it in and belt it up.
Accessorizing the midi skirt is equally important. A statement necklace or statement earrings, a nice bag, or classy heels would up the ante.
Recently, Sonam Kapoor wore this Indian By Manish Arora midi skirt with a Valentino white shirt, for Khoobsurat promotions. Alia Bhatt in a neon crop top and a leather midi pencil skirt from Zara. Sonam Kapoor again in a yellow midi skirt teamed with a printed shirt and blazer. Kalki in a pleated midi with a matching top, a black clutch and pumps redefines how midi skirts are sported.
So, do you plan to get on the Midi Skirt bandwagon ?