Most any skirt length goes now, but there’s something particularly feminine about a midi skirt. Midi skirts make great pieces for creating fall outfits when you no longer want to bare your legs. You can still show a hint of skin but not full legs. Today I’m showing you five fall outfiits with a floral Old Navy midi skirt.
This orange Old Navy midi skirt comes in regular and tall sizes but was available in petite when I purchased it. This purple floral midi skirt comes in petite and could be styled the exact same ways I’ve styled this orange one.
You might be a little hesistant to have an orange midi skirt in your closet but it’s a perfect fall color and it’s way more versatile than you might think at first.
Here are 5 ways to style this Old Navy midi skirt.
This first way is one of my favorite ways to wear this Old Navy midi skirt. I’ve paired it with a pink/mauve waffle knit sweater. This is a bit of a unique color pairing but I love it. The skirt has hints of blush so the two colors work well. Camel ankle booties finish off the look.
Pulling off a midi skirt can be tricky when you are petite. Wear a bit of a heel and make sure some ankle shows.
Create a casual look by knotting a button up shirt at the waist. A blue chambray makes a great the perfect pairing because blue is orange’s complimentary color and creates a nice contrast. Nude flats help lengthen the leg line.
Last. consider a cognac faux suede jacket as a match to this skirt. Brown cut out booties complete this look.
If I didn’t convince you how versatile this skirt is, check out how Darlene at Aquamarina Style styled it.
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