Your question: How do you style a MIDI knit skirt?

Are midi skirts flattering?

Midi Skirts

The A-line style of the midi skirt is flattering on all body shapes and is particularly stunning on women with pear-shaped frames. The cut of the midi skirt also has plenty of style options within itself including pleated midi skirts, floral print midi skirts, and pastel-colored midi skirts to name a few.

How long should a midi skirt be?

A true midi dress or skirt should hit no shorter than below the knee and no longer than the ankle, with most midi skirt lengths ranging from 26 to 30 inches. This style provides plenty of coverage so that it is appropriate for just about any event, while also accentuating a voluptuous shape.

Where should a midi dress hit?

The most important consideration when choosing your midi-skirt should be your height and body shape. Without exception a midi should either hit just below the knee or just below the widest part of your calf. If you’re petite, it’s important to pick a shorter length to elongate your figure.

What length of skirt is most flattering?

“The most flattering silhouette with skirts isn’t about being extremely short or being extremely long, but about the middle,” Current says. “Skirts that hit right below the knee caps (rather than in the middle of the knees) and right below the calf muscles are two places that naturally look better on every woman.”

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What shoes do you wear with a midi skirt in the winter?

When it comes to wintertime footwear with a midi skirt, we suggest something warm and comfortable. Like we mentioned, boots, sneakers, and even heels are good options for the winter months.

Can you wear boots with a midi skirt?

And although you might think boots could be too clunky with a calf-length skirt, we’re here to counter that argument. Boots of all shapes—warm thigh-highs, polished knee-highs boots. and infinitely wearable ankle styles—all have the ability to pair well with a midi skirt if you know how to style them.