This Versatile Skirt Belongs in Every Good Winter Wardrobe

If you're looking for a way to replicate the euphoric joy of pulling on a cosy jumper in the cold weather, you've come to the right place, for today, we're charting the rise of the knitted midi skirt. Though they're certainly not a new thing, knitted skirts have been flying relatively low on the fashion radar. However, with most of us having fatigued ourselves by relentlessly wearing our jeans and joggers and loungewear co-ords, along comes the knitted midi skirt as our winter style saviour.

Knitted midi skirts present one of the sleekest ways to swaddle yourself in woolly layers, and we're not the only ones who think so. Influencers have been rediscovering and wearing their knitted midi skirts over the past couple of weeks, giving our feeds a toasty feel we can't wait to re-create. Lydia of @femmeblk is one such style star whose dreamy colour combination of camel and aubergine looks incredibly expensive.

Best Knitted Midi Skirts: @femmeblk wears a deep purple knitted midi skirt



While you can wear a knitted midi skirt with just about any top or shoes, one of our favourite combinations to pair them with is knee-high boots and a black roll-neck. Because chicness is always the goal.

Handily, there are plenty of knitted midi skirts out there to choose from, from classic to trend-led, checking off every price point as they go. Scroll on to see our pick of the best, and soon you'll find yourself wearing your knitted midi skirt while working from home, doing the school run, getting low-key drinks in the pub—heck, it'll be so comfy you'll probably be tempted to sleep in it, too (no judgement).


I can see Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in this knitted midi skirt. Can’t you? 

Remember Baserange’s cult wrap dress? Meet the skirt version. 

I’m already obsessed with the dress version of this skirt, but I reckon I’ll get more wear out of this. 

Carry your penchant for pleated skirts into winter with this knitted option. 

I have this midi skirt, and the matching cardigan, too, of course. 

It has pockets. Need I say more? 

This in no way looks high-street. 

The rainbow-coloured eyelets really pep up this otherwise simple knitted midi skirt. 

Naturally, I want the coordinating cape also. 

The vent at the back might seem unassuming, but it’ll make this skirt significantly easier to walk in. 

I’ll take this entire look, if you please. 

Cable-knit and cobalt? Brock Collection isn’t playing around this winter.

Ribbed knitwear is still huge right now. 

This skirt was made to be worn with chunky boots and opaque tights. 

Rust tones always look premium worn with cream and navy. 

This co-ord is nearing the top of my wish list. 

There just aren’t enough handkerchief hems out there these days. Gorgeous.

Refined and elegant. Just add a white shirt. 

The subtle asymmetric hem on this knitted midi skirt really gives it something. 

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