16 Skirts That’ll Keep You Warm This Winter
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When the weather gets chillier, it’s easy to reach for baggy jeans and trousers for work, and sweatpants for the weekend again and again. But if you haven’t considered skirts for winter, you should.
They’re warmer than you think if you grab one made from wool or a thicker material, and with a hemline that hits your calf. Plus, if you’re still worried about the cold, you can always wear a pair of tights or leggings underneath.
But with so many to choose from, which to pick? Ahead, we’ve narrowed down the choices and selected the best skirts to shield you from the cold, while still ensuring you stay stylish.
Abrand Maxi Skirt
This Abrand Maxi Skirt ($139.95) is a winter wardrobe staple for 2023. It includes a stylish slit through the front, leaving it breezy for warmer weather too.
Birdie Trim Midi Skirt
KIANNA’s Ayla Skirt ($189) can easily transition between daytime office wear and nighttime street style. The midi length provides enough coverage to keep warm but still shows a little bit of skin. Pair it with a front tucked sweater or the matching Ayla Top ($189) to complete the look.
Picot Maxi Slip Skirt
You simply cannot miss with a plain black maxi skirt. Pair the Picot Maxi Slip Skirt ($39.99) with a sweater in winter or dress it up for summer with a cropped top.
Barbie Split Denim Maxi Skirt
In case you haven’t spotted denim maxi skirts all over your socials or via the stranger you walk by each morning on your way to work, they are back in style. And because we listen to the TikTok girls intently, we will be adding this Barbie Split Denim Maxi ($89) to our winter skirt rotation.
Pink Marble Midi Skirt
Use this printed midi ($55) from ASOS Design to recreate Emma Chamberlain’s go-to outfit — a long skirt, scrunched-up socks, loafers, and a basic tank top. Add a long coat for warmth and you’re ready to take on a weekend market or brunch with friends.
Canvas Cargo Skirt
Insight’s Canvas Cargo Skirt ($99.95) is giving modern Phoebe Buffay — the 90s queen of maxi dresses and flowing skirts. Take a page out of her book and partner this up with a tucked in basic tee or oversized knit.
Missy Maxi Satin Skirt
Block coloured bottoms make for a simple statement piece and it’s easy to dress up in winter. Throw together a pair of chunky heels, the Missy Maxi Satin Skirt ($99) and a long sleeved crop then you’re good for a night out. If you’re not a fan of the striking blue colourway, you can choose from black, champagne, wheat or white.
Leeds Faux Leather Pencil Skirt
Add some edge to your outfit with this logo embossed Faux Leather Pencil Skirt ($269) from Rotate Birger Christensen. You can wear this winter round or during cooler summer nights.
Nina Knitted Skirt
If you’re looking for a skirt that snatches in your waistline, the Nina Knitted Skirt ($169) sits snugly on your waist, hips and tummy.
& Other Stories Satin Midi Pencil Skirt
This floral-patterned midi ($135) will give your wardrobe some variety. The hemline stops just below the knee, allowing it to seamlessly transition between summer and winter.
Maje Jupitta Eyelet-Embellished Knit Skirt
Channel 90s-college-professor chic in this grey knit skirt ($482) from Maje. Our favourite thing about this piece is the slit held together with dainty silver eyelets — cheeky, contemporary and a fabulous way to spice up the otherwise plain basic.
No Fuss Skirt
The No Fuss Skirt ($350) from Sass & Bide is built for any body type. From the asymmetrical waistband stitching to the large cargo-style pocket — each of its details is elegant, flattering and stylish.
Be bold and step out in this gorgeously patterned Newport Skirt ($109.95). The mix of earthy tones — brown, cream and seafoam green — makes this easy on the eyes and quick to pair with a neutral toned top. Or if you’re loving abstract shapes like we are, then grab the matching Swansea Top ($99.95).
Nylon Parachute Cargo Skirt
The parachute skirt is another style making the rounds. Pair the Nylon Parachute Cargo Skirt ($52) with a chunky pair of slippers and a cropped cardigan for an elevated casual look.
Mia Denim Midi Skirt
Want a bit more leg coverage? 7 For All Mankind keeps it plain and simple — no scandalous slits or belted waistlines — with the Mia Denim Midi Skirt ($200).
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