Here at Evie, we’re all about dressing to impress no matter the season.
We know how to style a dress for the winter, but what about a skirt? Skirts are a separate, meaning they offer more versatility in your wardrobe. Find the right one, and you won’t have to wear pants all season long. Here are some of our favorite skirts to keep you warm, stylish, and feminine in the winter.
The A-line is one of the most classic styles. Seriously, this silhouette never goes out of style and it looks good on every body type. The longer the better (for winter), and you can pair it with a belt to emphasize your silhouette.
Another classic winter style is the slip skirt. There’s something about a richly colored silk that screams winter chic. You can pair this skirt with a feminine blouse for a sophisticated look, or perhaps a chunky sweater for a more casual look.
You can’t go wrong with investing in high-quality wool pieces for winter. Never use the cold as an excuse ever again because nothing will keep you warmer than an ankle-length wool skirt. Paired with a natural fiber turtleneck, you’ll look cute while staying warm all winter long.
It doesn’t get any cuter than the plaid miniskirt. You’re going to want a long coat, tall boots, and a warm pair of tights for this one!
Loft Plaid Miniskirt, $70
Just like the plaid, we love this tweed miniskirt for winter.
Knit Pencil Skirt
A knit pencil skirt can be dressed up or down. Choose a natural fiber such as cashmere or wool to keep you warm, and make sure there’s some give in the fabric so it’s not too restrictive. This skirt can be dressed up for the office with a blazer or dressed down with a basic sweater.
Tulle or Chiffon Skirt
Perfect for an everyday casual look or a fun night out, a tulle or chiffon skirt is fun, flirty, and whimsical. Go ahead – give it a twirl!
Winter doesn’t have to mean you have to wear jeans, leggings, and loungewear every day. These skirt styles will keep you warm and feminine all season long.
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