5 Summer Midis And How to Style Them | sheerluxe.com
Grown-up, versatile and cool, the midi skirt is an everyday summer hero. Whether it’s colourful ruffled designs that have piqued your interest or structured, button-detail offerings, Topshop is delivering on the look’s various incarnations – we love teaming them with sandals for holiday, a blouse for work and everything else in between. Still not sure? Here are five of our high street favourites and how to style them…
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Look One

Trench-inspired skirts are a designer-lead trend for this season, but it takes some careful styling to make the look feel feminine. Opt for shades of pink for an obvious girly touch – a relaxed cotton blouse is the perfect way to balance proportions – whilst gold accessories inject glamour.

Look Two

A black wrap skirt is a wise purchase, ideal for transitioning from summer through to autumn. Give this version a seasonal spin with monochrome touches; this pompom adorned basket bag is a city-to-vacay must, and a boxy white jacket adds a casual spin.

Look Three

Midi skirts may be a sensible length but that doesn’t mean the look can’t be fun. We love this Topshop gen-Z yellow option with its ruffle detail and polka dot print – just keep your edit neutral to let the hero piece make a statement.

Look Four

Dark red and neutral tones work surprisingly well together in summer, so add cream and raffia layers to this versatile midi for a directional take. Try the combination of a paisley print bandana and round straw bag for a nod to the prairie trend.

Look Five

This check wrap skirt is a versatile hero, ideal for both day and night – but we love the idea of smartening it up with a chic cami and smart trench. Add colour pop heels to bring life to the look and on-trend accessories for a cool finish.

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