16 Cute Skirts To Take You From Summer Into Autumn

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16 Cute Skirts To Take You From Summer Into Autumn

by Lucy Morris |
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There’s no question that a skirt that you can wear for day or play is a valuable player in every wardrobe. An interesting skirt can be an antidote for a boring, old top, it can be an elevator of a cheap throwaway trend and it can shift a season-less item into something up-to-date. Regardless of whether you spend a small fortune or pocket change, now is the time to invest in a statement skirt so that you can get started cracking its cost-per-wear algorithm before Autumn gets underway. A special shout out goes to Mango who have managed to make a sequin skirt look acceptable before the watershed and Warehouse who’ve transformed a tricky on-trend print into something you’ll want to wear forever. Drop everything and run before these 16 skirts sell out…

1. Sunday Best Midi Skirt, £25, Nasty Gal

Nasty gal skirt

2. Metallic Velvet Frill Skirt, £200, Self-Portrait

3. Black Zebra Print Hanky Hem Midi Skirt, £22.99, New Look

4. Buckles Leather Skirt, £49.99, Mango

5. Raw Hem Two-Toned Denim Skirt, £45, & Other Stories

6. Blue Crepe Skirt, £93.09, Frankie Shop

7. Leclair Satin Skirt, £225

8. Brown Pu Wrap Mini Skirt, £39, Elvi

9. Sequin Skirt, £59.99, Mango

10. Shimmer Effect Plisse Skirt, £32.99, Zizzi, Navabi

11. Embroidered Pleated Cotton-Gauze Mini Skirt, £95, Loveshackfancy, The Outnet

12. Mica Carnation Skirt, £46, Warehouse

13. Pink Leather Skirt With Ruffled Trims, £175, Uterque

14. Knitted Skirt With Pleats, £69, Cos

15. Thalia Skirt Red Oriental Jungle Midi Skirt With Slits And Piping Detail, £175, Rixo

16. Wrap Mini Skirt In Jacquard, £35, ASOS

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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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