Midi Skirts

Midi Skirts… I do not understand them. They remind me of the fifties where woman (without any sarcasm ofcourse) happily polish their silverwear, cook food for the family and give their husband a dried martini after his long working hours. A time that guys nowadays still like to joke about (please choke on that olive).
And why wear a skirt that covers so much leg? I rather prefer the mini skirt or go all the way and go for the maxi one.

My feelings about the midi skirt are obvious. That’s why I decided to do some midi skirt surfing and find some examples that might change my mind… a bit.
After beeing let down by brands I had high hopes for I hit the jackpot on the first page of Newlook!


LEFT (New Look) : Yes I could see myself wearing this in combination with a white/black/blue/red/pinkish top. Damn, I might just buy this. | LINK |

RIGHT (Dezzal): Another skirt that caugt my eye on Dezzal.  I love this sandy/ocher color. With the classical lining I want to combine it with an eighties rock shirt for  that edgy twist. | LINK |


LEFT (River Island): I nice solution to show a little bit more leg, although I wonder if there is a stitch in the middle where the fabric meet eachother, otherwise it might show just too much. | LINK |

RIGHT (Asos): loving the cute button solution, but the “stylist” part in me wants to combines it with moto boots and a leather jacket.  | LINK |

LEFT (free people): Free people, a website where I love to drown in pretty boho images and gorgeous designs.. untill I see the pricetag and sadly move on. | LINK |

RIGHT (Mango): I can’t resist metallic colors. I absolutely love this one.  A black top is a safe solution, but I think yellow will also look gorgeous. | LINK |

Conclusion: I have some mixed feelings about midi skirts now. I had to dive deep into the ocean of skirts which appear in all sorts shapes, patterns and sizes. I believe you can seriously rock one and I have to admit, midi skirts are more practical than it’s smaller mini skirt sister.  As long as they are flared I might just give it a go. Besides, my boyfriend doesn’t drink martini and hates olives.



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Eva is a Dutch fashion blogger based in the Netherlands. Eva runs her blog since 2015 and quickly grew into a edgy and streetstyle based fashion blog where you’ll also find social media tips and tricks. Eva is active on many social platforms like Instagram, Lookbook, Facebook, Pinterest and Bloglovin. This is one of the main reasons that her reach goes far. Even though she doesn’t consider herself to be a Dutch Influencer she has worked with Booking.com, Rituals, Livera, Jo Malone, Esprit, Vero Moda, Arket, Monki and many other brands.