You thought we were done didn’t you, but surprise surprise that’s not the case! Here’s another installment of radiant orchid in one of our favorite pieces for the summer, skirts.
- Premium Full Midi Skirt in Leather ($285.81)
We love leather just as much as we love midi skirts. So when we found this skirt we fell head over heels in love with it over and over again.
- Mini Skirt ($35.99)
The texture of this skirt is very Chanel-esque and we love how tailored it looks. Pair it with a simple white T or with a fitted blouse for two completely different outfits.
- Midi Pencil Skirt ($45.99)
If the length of the skirt before this was too short, then take a gander at this one. Perfect for the office or paired with a bustier crop top, this skirt will go places.
- Oblivion Pencil Skirt ($22.99)
The cute cut-outs of this skirt give it a sporty edge of an otherwise more conservative pencil skirt. We like the caged detailing and think that this whole outfit looks great.
- Hollow-Out Pleated Zippered Purple Suspender ($19.99)
This caged/suspender skirt is a great alternative to overalls if you haven’t quite fallen for that trend yet. The cute purple shade of this skirt makes it a great transitional piece between spring and summer.
- Cocteau Skirt ($110.00)
We bet you never thought that bandage skirts could use the same material and be turned into a flare skirt! This gorgeous deep shade of purple is great for deepening up your summer wardrobe and adding some more color. The color of this skirt makes it really easy to transition over into the fall season.
- Suede Skirt ($129.00)
“Not another skater skirt”, you’re probably groaning to yourself right now. But this one is in leather! It makes all the difference! You need skirts of different textures to mix up your wardrobe or risk them feeling too similar all the time.
- Samantha Midi ($44.00)
This soft floor length skirt is great for a summer’s night when you want to stay fashionable but not get cold. We love the boho feel of this and would pair it with a floral cotton halter and silk kimono.
So tell us, which one was your favorite?