There’s no denying the versatility of a midi skirt: It provides coverage but doesn’t swallow you up, it can be dressed up with a wedge but looks super cute with a sneaker, and it comes in a myriad of styles to flatter all bodies.
One more perk? It can also bridge the seasonal transition—just add a few layers and it’ll seamlessly take you into fall.
Whether you love skirts or have been wondering how to pull them off, here are our STS top styling tips:
Ready to try? Check out our favorites below.
Skirt: Summersalt ($80.00); Tee: Susana Monaco ($158.00); Sandals: Vionic ($71.96); Clutch: Mark & Graham ($79.99); Bangles: Ettika ($50.00); Sunglasses: Krewe ($295.00); Sunscreen: Saint Jane Beauty ($38.00)
Eloquii. This three-tiered, comfy, wrap-style piece is gorgeous in a terra cotta hue. Plus size.
Anthropologie. The eyelet is just sweet enough, and the elasticized waist makes this as easy to wear as it gets. Available in standard, petite, and plus.
Boden. Navy is a classic go-to color, and this one, cut on the bias, accommodates curves.
Boden. The bold print is grounded in the classic blue and white colorway. The narrow pleating keeps the waist smooth but gives feminine fullness to the skirt.
Boden. The beautiful dusty French blue shade is easy to wear and pretty on all skin tones, the smocked waist holds you in and creates a smooth line.
Love The Label. We’re mad for this one! The vibrant turquoise, black, and white print makes us HAPPY. The high, wide, wrap waistband is super comfy and in cotton poplin, this will keep you cool even when the days are steamy.
STAUD. A very chic take on the midi—in three-tiered black cotton with a smidge of stretch. We’d take this on vacation—works during the day, and would look smashing at night dressed with silver sandals and an armload of bangles.
Vince. Ok, ok, this one is silk but it is just so pretty we had to include. The classic print and uber-flattering shape make this worth the investment.
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