Midi skirts are the perfect garment for any occasion. From formal occasions like weddings and galas to casual picnics in the park and roller skating. Designers have been utilizing midi skirts in many fashions, from circle skirts to gathered. Let’s take a look at the best midi skirt trends.
Asymmetry adds an aspect of whimsy to modest midi skirts. Both Altuzzara and Vionnet feature a dress with a skirt that has points, peaks and valleys that display the legs. Beaufille and Jourden went with more subtle asymmetry, while Vivienne Tam went for a clear cut slant on their skirt.
Create asymmetrical designs with these fabrics:
Circle skirts are a fashion staple. Alice + Olivia mix up the game with a sheer tulle skirt emblazoned with the word “feminist,” while Khaite’s simple white skirt sticks to the classic circle script. Both Calvin Klein and CG have skirts with a more retro feel, while Zuhair Murad’s lace dress looks more modern.
Create stunning circle skirts with these fabrics:
A gathered skirt is a flattering and cute style to add to any wardrobe. Alexis Mabille and Rosie Assoulin exude romanticism with their gathered skirts, while Tod’s leather ensemble is much more powerful. Whit utilized denim to create the perfect casual piece, while Carolina Herrera’s relaxed chiffon skirt is ideal for formal dinners and upscale brunches.
Gather up these fabrics:
Many designers layered skirts over, and under, other garments. Adam Lippes and Markus Lupfer both added sheer layers to their skirts for depth and texture, while Christopher Kane’s skirt is made from tiers layered over one anther. Milly adds layers to their skirt to create volume and bounce, and Zac Posen’s expertly layered skirt gives a peak of pattern from behind the fabric layers.
Layer these fabrics:
Pleated skirts add a level of sophistication, especially when used on a midi skirts. Andrew Gn utilized mint pleated skirts in both their Spring and Resort lines for 2018, while Bottega Veneta used a sharper navy blue. Paule Ka’s simple red skirt is perfect for parties, and Karen Walker’s embroidered and pleated piece is ideal for warm spring days.
Check out these pleated fabrics:
What’s your favorite skirt silhouette? Let me know in the comments!