How to style a midi skirt for work

We’re going to show you how to style a midi skirt for work!

The midi skirt is a wardrobe staple that never goes out of style, and it’s one of the most versatile pieces you can own. It’s perfect for work, play, or even weekend errands.

Here are our tips for styling a midi skirt:

1. Choose a solid color or patterned fabric in an office-appropriate length (mid-calf). You can also choose different colors to create a striped effect.

2. Wear your midi skirt with a blazer and heels for more formal occasions. Or try it with ballet flats or booties for casual days at the office!

3. Layer under your midi skirt with tights or leggings depending on the weather conditions outside (and whether you’re wearing heels or flats).

4. Wear it with heels, flats or boots (or anything else that works with your style). It’s best if they’re not too tall because then they’ll make the skirt look shorter than it really is!

5. Pair it with an interesting top or jacket – maybe a blazer or cardigan? You can also try wearing different collared shirts underneath depending on what kind of office environment you’re in.

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I am Fashion Stylist and Blogger. I'm writing about fashion trends for women, outfit ideas, and how to pair clothes, and I will help you to find wardrobe staples and must-have accessories.

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Jane
Jane
4 months ago

 The midi skirt is one of the most versatile pieces in your wardrobe. It can be dressed up, dressed down, and worn for any occasion—and we’re here to show you how to style it for work.

The first thing to consider is the length of your skirt. A midi skirt should hit around ankle height or slightly above, depending on how formal your workplace is. If you want to wear a shorter skirt but still want it to look professional, try pairing it with opaque tights and pumps or heels. If you want something more casual, try wearing a tank top underneath with sneakers or flats.

Next, consider whether or not the fabric is appropriate for work. A lightweight material will be more breathable and comfortable than a heavy fabric in hot weather; similarly if you live in an area that gets cold in wintertime then go for something warmer like wool or cashmere over cotton if possible.

Finally, think about accessories like belts (if they match) and jewelry as well as shoes: both should be polished-looking but not too fancy because otherwise they might clash with your outfit instead of complementing it!