12 Skirts I am Loving For Spring 2023

I am so excited for the cold weather season to end and the warmer spring months to arrive. I love bright colors and not having to be so bundled up. I have been on such a big dress kick the past few years that I have been looking for other ways to dress up my wardrobe and mix and match pieces. This is where skirts come in perfectly!

Dresses are always an easier outfit because you are one in done, however, the thing I love about skirts is there are so many different ways to style them. Also, what is so fun about this season is that there are so many different lengths in style and not just one “go-to”.  It makes it easy for everyone and creates a more approachable way to share your own unique style. Below I have gathered my favorite skirt trends I am loving this season!


Maxi skirts

I have been loving midi skirts for several years, and while that is still in style, maxi-length skirts are a big trend this year. How gorgeous is this that you can pair it with a sweater and take you into summer? 




Mini Skirts

There aren’t too many places I can wear a mini skirt these days but I still like to dream! I think some people can pull them off so well but I always feel like I can’t bend over. Here are a few I think are chic and not too revealing.




Mermaid Core

This trend is so fun and always love a good ruffle! Below are a few options I would love to wear to a night out for cocktails! 




I find this trend so interesting because skirts like the ones below are sheer but not too revealing. So chic!




Pencil Skirts

A classic style that deserves some attention! Pencil skirts are always chic and these you can easily make office to party-ready! 




Probably one of my favorites! I have been seeing the denim midi and maxi all over instagram and can’t wait to rock one this spring! 



Be sure to check out my post on 3 Easy Looks With Sneakers – some of these can be easily paired with a fun skirt! 







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