Ways to Wear: Shiny A-Line Midi Skirt

This shimmery satin-y A-line midi skirt from Chicwish would have been the perfect Christmas skirt. It comes in four colours, and the red and green particular look so festive! Unfortunately I didn’t know it existed at Christmas, but now it’s available in the sale at £26 and I’m seriously considering getting one. I can imagine it being a timeless piece that I pull out for certain special occasions. But for now, here’s a bit of inspiration on how to wear it at the moment – late winter/early spring transitional looks, with not a hint of Christmas in sight. See – it’s a versatile skirt too!

red silk a-line skirt

The red version is the most festive, so to move it into Spring wear with pretty pastel prints and pale coloured ankle boots.

Check shirt from Mango; LA necklace from Forever 21; ankle boots from Zara

chanpagne shiny a line skirt

The champagne version of the skirt is probably the most versatile, and I think it would look cute with a novelty knit and coordinating oversized earrings.

Deer jumper from Joy the Store; chandelier earrings from ASOS; heels from Ted Baker

green silk a line skirt

This look is a bit Parisian, and although the weather is a bit cold for a top that’s cropped, it would work for the warmer months. I love these cute ankle strap flats too!

Striped scoop neck crop from Miss Selfridge; cross body bag from ASOS; ankle strap flats from Zara

purple silk midi skirt

The skirt is so pretty and feminine, so try giving it an edge with a graphic tee, biker jacket and studded ankle boots.

Biker jacket from H&M; tee from Mango; ankle boots from Dorothy Perkins

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