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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This beautifully structured skirt will take you seamlessly from day to evening. A classic piece that will work in most women’s wardrobes.