While our four seasons may not be as intense as others, we can enjoy winter without freezing in a lollipop. This allows us to strategically plan our wardrobe for the season, keeping dresses and skirts as an integral part of it. Sure, we took out the scarves, sweaters, and jackets, but it doesn’t have to be all thick. Our favorite hem can remain an intact part of our fashion play for the colder months.
To your surprise, miniskirts are a season staple when paired with the right blouse. With the help of classic coats, comfy sweaters, and cool footwear, you can style a miniskirt without the chill. It is the dose of vitamin C that your outfit needs so much on cold days. Additionally, to facilitate this process, fashion houses release various elegant and winter-appropriate skirts, such as plaid, tweed, leather, along with other thicker materials that are meant to keep us warm.
Once you get started, there are plenty of ways to style these mini wonders and live comfortably for the season. We turned to some of our favorite fashion influencers to see how they have nailed the look for the upcoming season.
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1) Minimal Appearance
We instantly fell in love with Andy Csinger’s minimalist look with an equally subtle color palette that makes us feel at ease. Keeping a soft tone, she opts for the classic light wash, frayed denim mini skirt and tucks a simple white sweater into it. These two extremely basic pieces are instantly elevated with the cape of a camel coat that sits delicately on your shoulder. The gritty hue brought through the coat and bag adds warmth to the outfit, physically and figuratively. Also, don’t miss out on the elegant cream-colored heeled boots that keep the outfit intact and stylish!
2) Avant-Garde Atmosphere
Faux fur is the perfect fabric for this season. Your winter wardrobe won’t be complete without some game-changing faux fur pieces. Erica Hoida, queen of street style, designs her miniskirt in a daring but casual way. To enhance an otherwise basic look, her skirt has a flap that makes it stand out. Keeping the tone monochromatic, a baggy dark gray sweater with cropped sleeves is the perfect companion for this edgy vibe. Along with knee-high boots that keep her warm and lengthen her toned legs. Plus, the silver hardware on Erica’s accessories makes all the difference and contributes to her cool-girl look effortlessly.
3) Sophisticated Style
Pretty, small and refined is the 3 Ps that come to mind when we see Sophie Knight’s style. If you are looking for a stylish way to wear your miniskirt this season, Sophie shows us how. Winter does not necessarily force us to disclose in dark colors. Mixing and matching the Pantones of the season can result in a beautiful combination like the burgundy and white we see in Sophie’s outfit. She pairs a plain burgundy pleated skirt with a well-fitted white sweater that complements each other beautifully. Plus, add some texture to her look with crocodile textured knee-high boots and a luxurious Bottega Veneta sling in a burgundy hue too.
4) Sexy Vibe
The temperature out there has not stopped Anna Vasony from sizzling in her sexy attire! The silvery-white palette of her look is appropriate to the season, giving us festive vibes. It makes for a fitting outfit choice for the upcoming Christmas or New Year’s Eve celebrations. Anna’s skirt has a ’90s vibe to it with its fitted style, side slit, and a metallic sheen. Keeping up with the sexy vibe, she opts for a crop, tube-top in a neutral color to go along with it. On its own, this outfit would have had an entirely different appeal. However, the added layer of a cream Teddy jacket does the job of both, warmth and adding a chic flair to the look.
5) One Colour
The “I just woke up like this” look is one we always envy. However, Melissa A. R. shows us how to achieve this without looking like a hot mess. Mixing textures is an entirely different ball game when it comes to fashion, but sticking to the same hue makes this task doable. Melissa’s all-green, mini-skirt attire is effortless and looks smart enough to sport around. Moreover, it is perfect for the pre-winter days when layering is not yet required. The oversized, washed-out green denim shirt pairs perfectly with her leather mini-skirt in a similar shade. To make this ensemble more fashion-forward, she half-tucks the shirt and puts on some knee-high rubber boots in darker green. The head-to-toe green gradient works with this look, along with the juxtaposition of a loose top and fitted lower half.