Just because it's frigid out doesn't mean your poor little miniskirts have to suffer in the back of your closet. It's time to dust them off and add them to your Winter rotation. How so? By pairing them with tights and boots. But not just any tights and boots — ones that will really elevate your skirts to a whole other level. This is the time to experiment with colors, textures, and prints. We're talking taking your holiday-ready sequin miniskirts and tempering them with gray tights and ankle boots and adding a pop of color to your printed minis via bright-red boots. There's way more amazing combos to try, so check out five miniskirt, tights, and boot outfits we've put together just for you.
Yes, we thought those days were over too. We thought it was all about long skirts, maybe to the floor, and definitely below the knee. Then came Paris Fashion Week, and some incredible Parisian street style, where we saw women showing leg in flouncy, fun-loving minis. So, just in case you cleaned out your closet of the miniskirt to prepare for the maxi, here are a few ultra chic options to show some leg this Spring.
Photos courtesy of Greg Kessler
Here's what she has on:
Ankle Chains: Dear Bearcat
Necklace: Dear Bearcat
Congrats to bellakoko!
Gogosushi cuts down on her shopping costs by making her own clothes — now that's talent! The seamstress showed off her pink passion today wearing a bright DIY bandage skirt. For maximum contrast, she paired it with black tights, matching leather hoodie, and screen-print tee. In fact, it reminds me of something Taylor Momsen would wear. Rock out girl.
Here's what she has on:
Tee: DIY Cavour Print tee
Have you visited Express lately? If so, I'm sure you noticed its slick collection of trendy clothes and accessories. Right now, the online site is gifting us with an additional 40 percent off all clearance items. At these prices, you can shop until your fingers drop. This Warholesque Express Sequin Mini Skirt ($9, originally $88) is the ideal party skirt. The colorful hues shout fun, and I adore the artsy print. The additional 40 percent discount is taken off at checkout. Shop, shop!
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My mom loves, and I mean loves, Celine Dion's music. So, like a good daughter, I took her to a concert. I enjoyed seeing Celine's amazing on-stage ensembles, especially the ones from Balmain — amazing. Here's where you came in: I needed a look that was stylish, semi-comfortable, and colorful.
I started you off with this Charlotte Russe Buttoned Twill Skirt ($23) because I adore the color and the cut. Let's see what you conjured up!
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Tear your eyes away from Anne's long legs and focus on her flippy miniskirt. Flippy minis are pretty genius when you think about it. Check it: the short hemline and floaty shape give off a simultaneously sweet and sexy look. I like how Anne stretched her stems to the limit in NYC by wearing her flippy mini with black tights and contrasting pumps. When wearing this trend, make sure the skirt has room to sway away from your hips; hence the flip. I'm inspired. Are you?
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Style For Style: The Wind Beneath My Minidress Has anyone else been hiking up their hemline this Summer? With the plethora of dress options, I can't resist! It was time for me to show off my stems and I think every woman should chuck their jeans aside and give a dress a twirl. After all, Fall is right around the corner and fresh variations of hosiery are soon to be all the rage so let your legs BREATHE!
Ah, cool and refreshing. duhveenah is a perfect example of how you can wear a jacket vest during the Summer. Her striped tank and white skirt are seascape fresh. I'm also loving the black espadrilles!
Here's what she's wearing:
- Vest: Loehmann's
- Tank: H&M
- Skirt; Express
- Espadrilles: H&M
- Necklace: Kenzie
Congrats to duhveenah!
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I'm always back and forth on the issue of wearing miniskirts — tight ones at that. This Rachel Pally Bandage Miniskirt ($159) is simple and the icy lavender color somewhat tones down the racy and snug cut. I can only see this overtly sexy number appropriate in certain scenarios; maybe a bachelorette party in Vegas or a trip to South Beach, Miami. You tell me, would you dare to wear this miniskirt?