Spring's 3 Most Popular Skirt Styles

Some live by Julius Caesar's famous quote: Veni, vidi, vici (transl. I came, I saw, I conquered). We, however, adhere to a different motto: Mini. Midi. Maxi. Thus, you can imagine our excitement when a trio of new skirt silhouettes emerged on the spring runways. We've added one of each to our wardrobe rotation and you should too. 

 

Read on to shop the looks. 

The Full Midi

Pioneered by Tibi and championed by Atlantic Pacific blogger, Blaire Eadie, the full midi lends an air of ladylike elegance to any ensemble. Pair it with a crop top for a bit of edge or play up its feminine vibe with a floral print top.

 

Pictured: Actress Amandla Stenberg at the Jimmy Choo party in L.A. last week. 

Accordion Pleats

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AKM-GSI

In case you haven't heard, pleats are major this spring. And there's no easier way to tackle the trend than with a good old-fashioned accordion pleated skirt. A fashionable, below-the-knee hemline updates the look so it doesn't read too retro. 

 

Pictured: Kate Bosworth and husband Michael Polish at LAX. 

The A-Line Mini

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Dominique Charriau/Getty Images

A major component of Louis Vuitton's  F/W 14 collection, this trend is already gaining traction thanks to its universally flattering silhouette. 

 

Pictured: French actress, Adele Exarchopoulos, in Louis Vuitton, at the Romy Schneider And Patrick Dewaere Awards in Paris earlier this month. 

Proenza Schouler

Tweed A-Line Skirt ($950)