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Tips & Tricks Tuesday: How To Wear The Midi Skirt

By April 5, 2016 No Comments
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This is the midi.

This is the midi.

So what’s the lowdown on the midi skirt?

For those of you who don’t know the term, “midi” is used to refer to any dress or skirt with a hem which hits mid-calf or below the knee. Midis are a great way to ease your pale winter skin into the more bronzed legs we expect to see in spring and summer.

This length is super versatile when it comes to footwear. Gladiator sandals are a very popular and sexy. Of course, a heel is never a wrong way to go. And if you are still not wanting to put away those knee high boots then throwing them under a midi can get you a few extra weeks.

In my opinion, fitted styles are more flattering with the midi length. Throw on a belt to define the waist and pair it with a tucked-in top to complete the look. My favorite midi style is an overlay of lace or mesh to below the knee with a mini length hiding underneath.

No matter how you decide to wear the midi, it’s a great segue to summer style!

Blog by Laurie

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