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5 Outfits That Prove You NEED A Midi-Skirt

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    Midi-skirts defy the seasonal calendar. You can wear them in the spring, baring your arms in a jersey tank top. Slip on some tights and a cozy sweater, and you're ready to dash through the cold. Incredibly versatile though it may be, finding the right one can be tricky. If you're petite, a midi-skirt may extend beyond the intended knee-length hem. Or, its in-between length may leave you struggling to strike a perfect balance between feminine and sexy for a night out.

    Thankfully, we can turn to our favorite fashion bloggers, who've tried all the styles, patterns, and materials out there, to troubleshoot any styling scenario. Outfit after outfit, midi-skirts have proven themselves essential in every style maven's wardrobe. See how five such fashion influencers incorporate the item into their #OOTDs: From leather pleats to shapely florals, you'll want to invest in a few stellar midi-skirts, like, yesterday.



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