The Skirts To Wear This Spring-Summer

The Skirts To Wear This Spring-Summer

If you’re in search of a wardrobe staple that requires almost no thought in the morning and provides endless wearability, look to our latest skirts. Where in past seasons pencil skirts and tailoring has reigned supreme, flowing silhouettes, diaphanous skirts and an array of irresistible prints have entered the spotlight.


If you usually feel more comfortable styling trousers and jeans, ease yourself in gently with a longer or mid-length skirt in a muted design. Some of our minimal black skirts are simple yet elegant enough to take you from day to evening – see our leading Leather A-Line Skirt or a Gingham Wrap Midi. Just add our Milana Asymmetric Sandal after-dark and a slick of red lipstick to elevate these designs.


If you’d prefer to make more of a statement, incorporate power prints into your new season wardrobe. From of-the-moment animal motifs to pretty floral prints that bloom, these are the types of pieces you can pair with white tees or matching tops with ease. Come autumn when the temperature starts to cool, layer your skirts with oversized knits and soft cardigans, then add hardworking ankle boots. Keep looks modern for work by opting for clean, fresh colours; pastels and sherbet hues won’t just give you a contemporary twist, they’ll also act as a palette cleanser for summer.

pencil skirts and tailored trousers may have reigned supreme, but this summer is all about flowing silhouettes, diaphanous skirts and an array of irresistible prints.


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