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There’s something so elegant about a chic midi skirt. While I never say no to a good tennis skirt outfit, on days when I go more for a more mature look, I slip my body into a zipper skirt. They just command attention and respect in a way that jeans or mini skirts just can’t, IMO. Try one of the pull-on skirts we keep thinking about right now, and you’ll see (and feel!) what I’m talking about.

But before gorgeous slip skirts, let’s first distinguish what distinguishes the style from an ordinary long skirt. Strappy skirts, like strappy dresses, are made of sheer fabrics (like silk or satin) and are often cut on the bias for a flattering, hip-hugging fit. The tight piece is usually worn in hot weather. That being said, you can and should totally stun them once fall fashion returns, thanks to some savvy style tips, ahead. Think: a nice pair of boots and a light coat, and here!

Yes, the long dresses are everywhere these days, but the truth is that skirts just allow for more styling options. Can a skirt get you at least 20 outfits? Plus, they’re stylish enough to wear as a wedding guest and casual enough for your daily errands. Basically, there’s not much a pull-on skirt can’t do, so without further ado, here are 11 of our favorite versions you’ll want to put on and never take off.

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This floral stunner

Bec & Bridge long floral skirt

I am simply floored by this beauty covered in flowers. The blue and white pattern is exquisite, and thanks to its ankle-grazing length, you can absolutely wear it to a semi-formal event.

This transitional skirt

Mango printed fluid skirt

Here’s another stunning floral option, in a pretty cream and coral print that will transition smoothly from summer to fall. Now pair it with a tank for rooftop drinks and a chunky sweater for pumpkin picking when the weather turns cold.

This wrap skirt

Dia & Co. 11 Honoré Collection Anita Skirt

While many skirts are more fluid than flowy, this one in stretch satin has plenty of movement, so it will swing beautifully with every step you take. It wraps around the waist for a cool layered look, plus a subtle slit to show off some leg.

This dynamic option

Indah Mint Solid Bias Maxi Skirt

  • Floor hem can get dirty quickly

The purple hue of this maxi is very on-trend, and I love the asymmetrical cutout silhouette. I would pair it with my favorite beige sandals and walk around town with this look.

This green gem

Rezek Studio Emerald Shimmy Skirt

I can’t get enough of monochromatic outfits these days! Especially in this striking shade. The lush green hue will make a statement wherever you go.

This Champagne Knockout

Flounce London Plus Mink satin bias cut midi skirt – part of a set

If you’re looking for your very first slip skirt, I highly recommend going for (champagne) gold: this shimmering midi-length choice is just the right amount of flirtation and fun.

This playful number

NA-KD Printed split front midi skirt

This colorful slip skirt is sure to grab all the attention, especially if you wear it with the matching top. Add a pair of gold hoops and small heels to complete the look.

This ruffled skirt

ASTR The Label South Beach Tie Waist Midi Skirt

It’s all in the details here, from the ruffled slit to that cool loose waistband to the gorgeous olive green color! Wear it on a night out for drinks and dancing.

This fall favorite

Vince Paneled Slip Skirt

  • luxury hammered satin

Go for a black skirt like this chocolate brown one, then add boots in a contrasting, lighter color, and throw on a patterned coat, and guess what? You have an easy but totally stunning fall outfit.

This skirt is ready for the holidays

Andrea Iyamah Behati Skirt

This orange dream of a skirt, with a ruched, wood-accented waist detail, is giving major holiday vibes. If you’re planning a trip to a tropical destination, be sure to pack this skirt (and matching top!).

This sweet blue noon

Babaton Slip Midi Skirt

  • Non-refundable, store credit only

I like a sweet-meets-edgy combo. Bolster the soft blue hue of this satin midi with a black tube top and some shades.

How to style a slip skirt?

Love the idea of ​​suspender skirts, but not sure how to style them? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Here’s how to use this versatile piece, which pairs with a wide variety of tops and shoes to create completely different looks in any season.

  • In autumn…Now is the time to break out your cute knit sweaters, maybe a button up, and boots, of course. Strappy skirts are a great layering staple, and fall is the ultimate layering season, so it’s a match made in heaven, basically.
  • If it’s winter…It is now the it’s time to bundle up in your favorite coat, plus a long skirt, wear tights, thick socks and combat boots. The length of the coat should be the same as (or a little longer) your skirt, so those legs get a bit more warmth.
  • For spring or summer…Tube tops, basic white tees and tank tops are your best bets. I love contrasting a flowing skirt with an elegant, form-fitting top. Slip into low heels or sandals for an effortless outfit.

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Hazel J. Edmonds

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