How to style a midi skirt in winter

Winter is here, and you’re going to have to find ways to stay warm without sacrificing your style. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to do this! Here are some easy tips for styling your midi skirt in winter:

1. Try layering! A lot of people forget about layering when it comes to skirts and dresses (we know, we were one of them), but it can be so fun and cute! You can layer a skirt under pants or jeans, over leggings, or even over another skirt if you want to get really creative.

2. Wear boots with heels! If you’re feeling like your outfit is too casual for an important meeting or event, throw on some heels with boots for a little extra pop.

3. Wear long coats that hit at mid-thigh level or higher—this will help keep some air between your body and the coldest part of the day (usually early morning or late evening).


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4 months ago

It’s that time of year again. The days are getting shorter, the weather is getting cooler, and your wardrobe is changing to accommodate it. That means it’s time to start thinking about how you’re going to style your midi skirts in winter—and we’re here to help!

The first step is choosing what kind of look you want. Are you going for sporty and active, or elegant and sophisticated? The second step is choosing the right midi skirt for your body type. If you’re short, look for a skirt that hits right at or below the knee; if you’re tall, go for one that hits just above the knee. If you have a smaller waist but larger hips, look for a high-waisted skirt that hugs those curves without being too tight around them—it’ll look great with boots or over ankle boots, depending on how tall your boots are (which should also depend on how tall your pants are).

If all else fails, remember: if there’s no way around wearing tights under your midi skirt when it gets cold outside (and there probably isn’t), just wear something with an elastic waistband so they stay up!