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5 mini skirts to shake up your winter wardrobe

Everyone can wear this trend, it’s just a simple case of making it work for you.

By Amy Lewis, 17 October 2016
5 mini skirts to shake up your winter wardrobe

This autumn and winter saw a revival of all things retro hit the runways, including one iconic garment that’s promising to become a wardrobe staple; the mini skirt.

Think checked skirts with black tights and leather look minis with oversized shirts

That’s right, famous in the 1960s the mini skirt is back for yet another season in the spotlight, although this time around things are taking a very nineties turn.

Think checked skirts with black tights, leather look minis with oversized shirts; throw in a chunky knit, ankle boots or a bomber jacket to accessorise and you’ve nailed the look entirely.

Still not sure where to start? Fear not, we’ve got all the style inspiration and outfit ideas you’ll need—everyone can wear this trend, it’s just a simple case of making it work for you.

The Checked Skirt

An easy way to liven things up without adding too much bold colour, checked skirts are great for both officewear and evening drinks. Layer yours over tights and team with a plain top.

We love the brushed check skirt from George.

The Leather Look

Sharp and chic, leather look mini skirts add a fierce edge to the trend. Pair with a classic white shirt for a smart ensemble, or layer a slouchy knit for laid-back casual.

We love the A-line faux leather skirt from George.

The Leopard Mini

Animal print never goes out of style, and the printed mini is ideal for pairing with tights and heeled boots for a modern evening outfit.

 

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We love the leopard print skirt from George.

The Wrap & Buckle

A great look for work or heading out for drinks, the wrap around skirt with buckle details is immediately smart and sophisticated.

We love the check buckle skirt from George.

The Block Colour

If your wardrobe lacks colour, a mini skirt in one solid shade is the quickest way to inject some life. Opt for mustard yellow, khaki green or a burnt red to keep things feeling autumnal.

 

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We love this zip detail A-line skirt from George.

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