There's something quite liberating about being able to whip off your tights as winter draws to an end. Although this isn't within sight for many of us (some brave souls in the WWW team simply refuse to wear hosiery) the spring/summer skirts filtering in online are making us wonder if we should book in a pedi in preparation for the grand calf-and-foot reveal!
While we're still nestled in coats and jumpers, Topshop's new-in sandals are already selling out and street stylers are wearing the latest spring jacket trends. Plenty of proof to confirm that now is indeed an entirely legitimate time to look to spring and summer buys, before the best bits go.
So, which skirts are looking like they'll shape up to be this season's heroes? Animal prints are still prowling around, we'll be taking inspiration from the hues of highlighter pens, and one particular nineties trend will make you feel seriously nostalgic.
Scroll down to shop the 6 spring skirt trends already being snapped up by Instagram's most stylish.
It's a Wrap
Style Notes: Like the wrap dress, the wrap skirt is universally flattering. The sleek style suits ost body shapes and looks effortless at all times. We're all about the midi to maxi lengths to make them work across all seasons.
Style Notes: Taking style tips from highlighter pens isn't something we thought would happen, but that's fashion for you. A neon midi skirt is an easy way to wear the trend; luckily, they're all over the high street and designer rails. Go loud and proud with other brights, or mix and match with neutrals.
Style Notes: By this point we've spent months in tights, so a way to draw attention to our now bare legs is more than acceptable. Fancy fringing and tassels make for the hero hemline we all desire come spring. Stick to monochrome for even more chic.
Style Notes: Pleated skirts make a reappearance every few years; this time round, it's the print we're interested in. Whether you go checked, arty or micro, we've got time for all of them. From Gucci to Arket, there's one out there for anyone, trust us.