For the last few seasons, we have been embracing the classical full-shaped midi skirt, however for those of us who are not really keen on adopting the 50s look all the time, this season we have seen a slightly edgier take on the midi length. Think asymmetric hems, ruffles on one side and a subtle patchwork of different textures, such as this cool number by J.W. Anderson, which is available at The Outnet as we speak.
On a recent rainy August day in London, we styled the asymmetric midi skirt with a striped black and white crop to from Zara and covered up with a cropped leather biker jacket by Karen Millen, the zip details make the skirt a lot more wearable during the day and adds a little rock’n’roll edge. We styled this day look with a chain flap bag by Chanel, Valentino Rockstud flats and layers of thin rose gold jewels by A&W Mouzannar, Kismet by Milka and an alphabet pendant coupled with other Monica Vinader trinkets.
Now that the Dubai winter is around the corner, this will be the perfect polished and effortless look to sport around town. You can shop this entire post with colder weather alternatives and darker colours as well.
Click through to the second part of this styling story to see how we styled the asymmetric midi skirt for night. Photos by Christina Leth @christina.leth on Instagram.