The enthusiasm we feel when winter turns to spring—especially in frigidly cold New York City—is felt in all aspects of life. Commuting, socializing, and most importantly: dressing. Though it remains to be too chilly to break out sundresses and sandals, purposeful shifts in color palettes, textures, and silhouettes are beginning to take effect.
On the subject of the latter, our beloved wardrobe workhorse, the skirt, is at top of mind. This season, we’re eyeing five key styles. See below to find out what they are, and pick up a few to spruce up your closet for spring.
This flattering silhouette is ideal for tucking a crewneck sweater into and pairing with your favorite loafers or trainers. Top it off with statement earrings and a mini bag for a weekend-ready look.
Ah, floral. No other print signifies the start of spring quite like it, and we think splashing it across a midi skirt is a delightfully indulgent way to greet the new season.
For the slightly sportier set, why not swap out a stiff pencil skirt for a knit iteration? It hugs in all the right places and looks extra cool when teamed with a graphic tee and blazer.
Ruffled, flouncy skirts are no longer reserved for the conservative crowd. Instead, these bold embellishments feel trend-forward, especially when styled with a bold blouse and an exciting pair of heels.
Whether it comes in the form of a frayed mini or a ‘70s-inspired knee-length version, the denim skirt has an option for everyone.