Your Weekend Fashion Fix: Six Of The Best Skirts

The sales have begun and I'm obsessed with finding great trans-seasonal pieces at the best?prices. Each of these skirts will work for this season and next, depending on how you style them. Here's a few ideas to get you going.

This lovely earthy mustard colour works in both summer and winter. The asymmetric ruffle front frill creates a more graphic print, lending the'stripes a horizontal appearance on one side. Wear it with a simple T-shirt now, and an oversized polo neck come autumn.

Print skirt, €75 (reduced from €125) at bimbaylola.com

 

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The next season is very much about mixing textures.?This lace skirt will look great worn over cropped jeans and with an oversized cardigan when the weather cools down. I always buy one size up when I want to layer skirts over trousers.

Lace skirt, €148 (reduced from €185) at sandro-paris.com

 

I love that utilitarian khaki is softened with a pretty embroidered flower. An ideal trans-seasonal piece. Add a sequinned T-shirt for an early take on a new-season trend.

Embroidered skirt, €14.99 (reduced from €39.95) at Zara
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I'm always looking for different ways to wear denim. I love this straight-cut skirt with pocket detailing. Perfect with chunky boots and layered knits in winter.

Denim skirt with pockets, €19.95 (reduced from €59.95) at Massimo Dutti

 

A wrap skirt is reimagined with eyelet detailing and an asymmetric hem. A really easy-to-wear piece. If you want to make it more fashion forward, pair it with a deconstructed white shirt.

Beaufort eyelet skirt, €39.76 (reduced from €57.30) at finerylondon.com
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This beautifully structured skirt will take you seamlessly from day to evening. A classic piece that will work in most women's wardrobes.

Flowing skirt, €79.95 (reduced from €125) at uterque.com

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