How To :: MIDI Skirt 3-Ways

Nothing makes me more excited than realizing that I am in a stage in my life, where my Closet is truly functional, and all I have in it has been worn in so many different ways and it actually makes me proud. As weird as it may sound to many of you, I have been working hard to get myself in this position throughout this year and it puts a smile on my face to see how my shopping habits evolved and I evolved , too.

When buying a new piece during any season, I tend to make sure it blends well into my existing wardrobe, thus making the styling part very easy. But, even when most of my pieces match together pretty well, it always excites me to see a piece that has endless styling options. The best example is my Black Midi Skirt from H&M, bought last Spring Season. I have worn this skirt for so many outings and it still comes fresh every time.

In this post I would like to show 2 different looks that I like wearing my skirt with. The first one, a dressier version, featuring my favorite Chambray Shirt and Leopard Heels. This combinations makes a perfect outfit for Work or a Stroll around the City.

What I Wore ::

Shirt: Jack Wills | Skirt: H&M | Heels: Bershka | Bag: Charles&Keith | Earrings: ZARA
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For the second look, I went for the perfect Casual combination of the Denim Jacket and the Snickers, 2 of the most stylish elements that could make any look perfect for the Weekend.

What I Wore ::

Top: H&M | Skirt: H&M | Denim Jacket: very old | Sneakers: Bershka | Belt: Bershka

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Here are a couple of looks that I also sported this MIDI skirt on the blog last year ::

Walking The Line


Walking the MIDI Way



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