Sure, it may be most commonly associated with summer, when floaty iterations make for the perfect accompaniment to camisoles and strappy sandals. But already this winter, we've seen many of our favourite fashion influencers donning their midis in a weather-appropriate ways.
Of course, you can throw a midi skirt on with a jumper and its guaranteed to look good, but to save you tiring of it probably like have of your denim, we've found six prime examples on how to wear a midi skirt for winter. From the perfect texture combination to downplaying your party seasons, keep scrolling to see just how you should be wearing a midi skirt this season.
Style Notes: Leather, be it real or faux, is a quintessential winter fabric. Not only does it look the sartorial part, but its heavy-duty nature also means its a dab-hand at keeping the chill at bay—this being particularly important when skirting is involved.
Style Notes: Slip skirts are still all the rage right now. Instead of wearing them with simple tees as you did during the summer months, wear yours with an oversized knit, on-point boots and a black clutch.
Style Notes: Much like the aforementioned leather, corduroy makes for the perfect winter fabric as it'll essentially block out the cold. Double-insulate your attire with a roll-neck and a pair of fitted sock boots.
Style Notes: If you have a sequinned skirt lurking in your wardrobe, get the most out of its lifespan by styling it with a chunky knit and kitten-heel boots when you're not on doing your thing on the dance floor.
Style Notes: Puffer jackets and hiking boots are two of winter 2019's biggest trends. We think they look their best when styled with a striped roll-neck and a ladylike midi skirt.
Style Notes: The key to making every outfit look expensive with next to no effort is to adhere to a specific colour palette. Use a punchy knit to elevate a neutral midi skirt to fashionable new heights, and then finish with monotone outer and footwear.