Midi skirts are the perfect addition to your Spring wardrobe. Yes, they’re difficult to wear as they can easily make you look a bit (honestly speaking) old(er). When it comes to wearing midi-skirts, the line between fashionable and frumpy is, unfortunately, very thin. But fortunately for you, Though classic colors like white, black and grey is very chic, don’t be afraid to try more bold and bright colors or patterns.
At Sumissura we offer a large selection of different fabrics, colors and patterns. Choose the ones that you like the most! Floral patterns and pastel colors are extra popular for this Spring.
Flats vs Heels?
A lot of people are thinking you should not wear flats when wearing a midi-skirt, because combining a midi-skirt and flats can make your legs appear shorter. Since heels lengthen your height and the midi-skirt shortens it, it’s a good idea to pair your skirt with heels. Having that said, you should choose what you feel the best in. Obviously.
The most flattering option for most women when wearing a midi-skirt is to wear a tight top. Surely you have seen pictures of fashionsitas wearing a loose top paired with a midi-skirt, but that rarely works in real life (only in pictures). Since the midi-skirt crops off your leg at an unusual length, wear something tight, tucked in to highlight your waist. Regardless if you choose to wear something tight or not, the top should always be tucked in the skirt to create a/show off your ‘middle’ (again, highlight your waist). Now when it’s getting warmer outside, you can also choose a crop top as it pairs very well with a midi skirt.
A midi-skirt is all about proportions. Some like it longer, some shorter. The typical midi-skirt should reach the middle of your ankles. But honestly speaking, as long as it’s longer than a typical skirt and goes below the knees; it’s accepted as a midi skirt now a day. Because proportion is crucial depending on your body shape and size, as well as your taste, it’s very tricky to find a well-fitted midi-skirt off the rack. Make it easy, and save yourself both time and money, and have your skirt made to fit your unique measurements from the beginning. This way, you will make sure it fits the way you want, and you won’t have to spend hours trying to find the “perfect fit”.
Here are some of our favorite Midi-Skirts from our new collection:
How do you wear your midi-skirt? Comment and let us know!