Midi skirts have quickly become firm favourites in our wardrobes, offering a perfectly balanced combination of comfort, timeless style and versatility all year round. From lightweight midi skirts that flow gently in the summer breeze, to heavier fabrics that pair beautifully with your go to leather winter boots and jacket, the humble midi skirt can be transformed to see you through each and every season.

We’ve created some outfit inspiration and tips on how to style a midi skirt for spring, summer, autumn and winter.


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At the first hints of spring, we’re slipping into lighter weight fabrics, slinky silhouettes and exploring softer, fairer colour palettes, reflective of the gentle change in season. From quality cotton blends to smooth satin finishes, choose a midi skirt that will keep you cool as the afternoons begin to warm up. Truly lean into spring with a ditsy floral printed skirt or opt for a monochrome look with a skirt and top in the same gorgeous shade such as champagne or ginger.


Feel the warmth of the summer sun on your skin and pair a midi skirt with a crop top. Spaghetti straps, halter necks and low back tops will keep you cool as temperatures rise, paired with a midi skirt that moves and flows as you do. For an effortless yet put together look that can be tailored for any occasion, look for a coordinating midi skirt and crop set in a bold print and colour palette. These can be worn separately with your favourite staple basic top or skirt for a pared back look.


Cooler mornings and evenings call for layers that can be easily shed as the midday sun warms the air. Wear a printed midi skirt with a basic black, white or neutral toned top and throw on a knit cardigan early in the season, or layer with an oversized leather biker style jacket or cosy bomber. Embrace autumnal colour palettes and opt for a skirt that combines a deep base such as navy or burgundy dotted with pastel coloured hues. 


A look that will never fail us is a midi skirt paired with leather boots. This combination gives a wintry edge to the midi skirt, which is often otherwise overlooked during the colder months. Look for a pair of leather boots that finish above the hem of the mdi skirt for a seamless and balanced silhouette. Layer with a long sleeved top or cropped winter jacket that sits just below your waist and add cool weather accessories such as a thick knitted scarf to keep out the chill. 


If you’re looking for the ultimate trans seasonal piece to invest in, you can’t go past the midi skirt. Let the fabric and colour palette be reflective of the season, with breezy textures and vibrant colours in spring and summer, and heavier fabrics paired with rich, deep hues in autumn and winter.