The One Mini Skirt You Need in Your Wardrobe

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Miniskirts are back with a vengeance and are seemingly everywhere right now. When I was sporting them as a young’n back in their heyday in the 90s (gosh I feel old), I never found them to be the most comfortable or practical item (granted I had one of those horrible low-rise ones that I thought it would be a smart choice to wear to a picnic). Those past experiences stung me which might explain why it’s taken me so long to give them a whirl yet again.

Sezane skirt (sz AU 10), Everlane knit* (sz S – style is now on sale!), The Fold London shoes*, Celine bag (review here), Ray Ban sunglasses

If you watched my most recent Sezane haul over on my YouTube channel, you would have seen that I caved and bought myself the Bettie Skirt – a mini skirt that is part of Sezane’s classic collection. Well, it has become the most flattering mini skirt I have ever owned! If you’re petite like me, chances are you’ve stumbled across these two pieces of style advice in your travels: 1. High-waisted! and 2. Short hemlines! The Bettie Skirt is one that embraces both of those style pointers and is a winning combination. Not only does it look great on the tall and leggy model on the Sezane website, but it is so flattering for us vertically challenged folk (I’m 5’2 or 158cm for reference).

Sezane skirt (sz AU 10), Everlane knit* (sz S – style is now on sale!), The Fold London shoes*, Celine bag (review here), Ray Ban sunglasses

The Bettie Skirt sits mid-thigh on me, and the fabric is a weighty and high quality one meaning it doesn’t ride up when I’m sitting down. It looks great with a pair of low pointed heels (like the pair I’m sporting in the imagery) but also styled for winter with a pair of knee high boots (see this reel here). I don’t think you can go wrong with a navy mini skirt – it’s such a classic colour – but I’ve rounded up all of the colours the skirt comes in below because the style is that good, and it deserves a place in your wardrobe!

SHOP THE SEZANE BETTIE SKIRT


Sezane skirt (sz AU 10), Everlane knit* (sz S – style is now on sale!), The Fold London shoes*, Celine bag (review here), Ray Ban sunglasses

Size wise, I’m wearing an AU 10 / FR 38. I’m usually a size AU 8 but I’m pear shaped and sized up to accommodate my hip area. It fits me comfortably and I’d say the sizing runs pretty TTS.

As always, thanks for stopping by!

SHOP THE SEZANE BETTIE SKIRT

P.S. Dressing up again? Here’s how I’m pitching my outfits! and 4 ways I’ve styled my Anine Bing Silk Skirt.

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