3looks one skirt

I purchased this skirt on amazon by accident. Yup! I’ve seen this skirt on so many boutiques. Priced from high to low. However, I was on amazon looking for what ever random item mom‘s go on amazon to buy. I saw it pop up and "voila" I purchased the same skirt for the low, low.

Anyway, I was not a fan of midi skirts because I thought

  • I was too short

  • I would always have to wear heels

  • I was use to my Abercrombie mini skirts (honestly)

Turns out I’m a huge fan. Now, I own several midi skirts. Especially loving the ones with pleats.

Three ways I styled this midi skirt:

summer| spring | fall



I love mixing print. I added a pink hat for an extra pop of color. I originally had on heels and switched out to these classic Tory Burch slippers. This skirt has so many colors and textures you may be super intimidated at first glance when it comes to styling. The trick with mixing print is to make sure the prints are not fighting for attention but complement each other. For example play with the same prints in various sizes. I could easily pair a Polka dot top and still pull this look together


The spring calls for colors ! I paired with a light blue tee with ruffles sleeves and orange mules. The tee is simple but the sleeves give us a added volume and style. I grabbed this orange purse to tie the look all together.






Fall in GA Isn’t the typical fall In New York. However, the leaves still give me inspiration for color in the fall. I toned the skirt down by pairing it with a gray tunic sweater. What I love about the fall is adding layers. If the weather was a little cooler I would’ve added a white button down shirt under the sweater with a cute waist bag. For this look the navy blue suede booties were the perfect added fall touch!


midi skirt inspiration:



Pink monochromatic. I paired this pink midi with a sheer body suit and this yellow purse which played on the hologram from the Jeffrey Campbell slides. When adding color play with color palates and colors in the same wave length.






I loved This fall/winter look! Sequins, animal print, and pleats. I paired this midi with a knee high boot and sequins crop jacket.














Short or tall. Midi skirts should be a staple in every closet. This one item will save you money because you can wear it all season long. If you have any questions about how to style your midi skirt feel free to leave them below or send a email.


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