I gotta tell ya: Amazon fashion is my jam right now. Over the past six months, I have found some gems, my latest being the cutest floral mini skirt! The day after it arrived, I started planning and formulating all the ways I am going to wear it! And I couldn’t wait to share them with y’all! So for today’s style session, I’m bringing you four floral mini skirt outfits for summer!
Let’s start by chatting about the skirt. It’s super-affordable at $16, and comes in 17 print options! The material is a cotton-polyester blend and is very lightweight. The red, which I ordered, isn’t see-through, but I could see it being an issue for light colors! It has an elastic waistband and fits TTS. I sized up to the large for length and I’m so glad I did! I would recommend sizing up to anyone on the taller side! (I’m 5’7 1/2″ and typical wear a 28/29/8 or medium.) Keep in mind, I also have a shorter torso with long legs, so pretty much everything looks short on me. 😂
Mini Skirt with a Graphic Tee
We’re starting super-casual with a great everyday option! Anytime I can wear sneakers with skirts or dresses, I’m in. You just can’t go wrong with a classic white Converse or leather sneaker! The version I’m wearing here is the Shoreline, and I’m so glad I bought these earlier this year. I’ve been wearing the classic Chuck Low Tops for years, but this version slips on and don’t come quite as high up on the foot, which helps elongate the leg!
On top, I just knotted one of my fav graphic tees. If you’re not into the side knot, you could also knot center or simply tuck it in! You could also swap out for a plain tee or tank as well. A stripe tee could also be fun! If you go the print-mixing route, my rule of thumb is to make sure the colors coordinate!
Mini Skirt with a Bodysuit
How cute is this version for date night or night out with the girls? This bodysuit is another one of my favorite Amazon finds from my last Amazon try-on! It’s a wrap style, which makes it nursing-friendly, and I love how lightweight it is! It does also come in red and white in this exact style if you don’t love the black. (I sized up to a large.)
To dress this look up even more, I went with an espadrille wedge. Any heeled sandal would look cute here! But if you’re more of a flat gal, you could easily swap out for a flat sandal! Sneakers could even work to make it more casual.
Mini Skirt with a Camisole (and Denim Jacket!)
This is another one of my go-to’s! A classic camisole is an essential in my wardrobe. I’ve worn it with jeans, shorts, and maxi skirts. It looks just as cute tucked into my mini skirt! The one I own is a linen blend, which is perfect for the warmer months. It comes in six color options and fits just slightly small. I sized up to the large for more room in the bust and I like the relaxed fit!
I also added a denim jacket as an outfit topper! In the heat of the day, it might not be as practical, but we’re still experiencing cooler mornings and evenings when it would come in handy! But you could also wear it without the jacket at all! This is another outfit option that could easily be dressed up or down with a different shoe choice. I’d wear these heeled sandals for a dressier look or swap out for more Shoreline sneakers to make it more casual!
Mini Skirt with a Crochet Tank
Lastly, I went with another tank option! What makes this one different is the mix of texture. During summer, I feel like my outfits get a lot more basic. It’s just too hot to do a lot of layering! But one way I can mix it up is by playing with texture. Here I have the crochet tank and a woven bag mixed with my mini skirt. If you don’t have a crochet tank, you could wear one with embroidery or other details instead. A plain tank would even work with just the woven bag! Another way to add some texture would be in the shoes. I just went with a leather flat, but a sandal with woven details or embroidery would work too!
Which was your favorite of these mini skirt outfits?
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