Why Midi Skirts Work For Every Season

midi skirts for the office, celine luggage tote
Uniqlo knit and skirt (similar here), The Curated coat*, Tony Bianco mules (similar here and here), Celine bag

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Skirt trends come and go, and while the midi skirt may have started out as one, it has proven itself to be a core wardrobe staple. Compared to its mini and maxi counterparts, midi skirts are infinitely easier to wear.

But just because it’s earned its wardrobe staple status doesn’t mean that you have to keep wearing it in the same old way (ie. the failsafe knit + midi skirt formula). It also looks great styled with a blazer + pumps for work or with a tee + sandals on the weekend. Rotating the basics you pair with a midi skirt ensures it remains up-to-date. And the best thing about it? The in-between hemline means that it can be styled all-year round giving you more bang for buck.

I’ve featured my favourite midi skirts to suit a range of budgets from structured options to incorporate into your rotation of workwear staples, to relaxed and printed options, to inject a little bit more joy into your relaxed ensembles.

On-duty midi skirts

When it comes to workwear, it’s hard to go past the versatility and comfort that a midi skirt provides. Not only is it a safe hemline that doesn’t sit too high on your legs when you’re working at your desk, it’s a pretty safe bet on the days when you’re not sure how formal or casual you need to pitch your look. It always looks polished without being too stuffy. I’ve featured, including some options to play around with texture in your ensembles.

Off-duty midi skirts

Keeping things light and fun (because we all need a bit of that right now!), here are my picks that’ll serve you when off-duty.

P.S. The five classic colour combinations that always work and the five key trans-seasonal workwear pieces.

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