Midi, short and Maxis. I am back with some best skirt styles for this Fall-Winter 2015-2016 season. In today's post we are going to observe gorgeous styles to wear at work, parties, as well as in the streets of your city. There is no doubt that midis are feminine and glamour. If you like this kind of bottom clothing, then you are lucky one, as there are plenty of silhouettes, prints and colors to try. There is kind of sultry touch in showing minimal skin and wearing elongated designs. If midi is not your favorite, then go for wrap minis that are eye-catching and ideal for showing-off your beautiful legs. If you want to extend your summer, then go for maxis, they are still in fashion range.
Clover Canyon brings casual update for those women who want to wear simple looks. We see cozy, yet comfortable sweater paired with below-the-knee and relaxed staple.
The same brand offers a more ladylike version in pale pink color, but in the same midi length. Try it on with your favorite party T-shirt.
There is kind of boho and nomad touch in this look from Dennis Basso that consists of a fur tank top and glossy, grey leather flared mini.
I personally have kind of Russia 1900 feel about this Elie Saab look. We see fur trapper hat with pom poms, long sleeve peplum top cinched at the waist with a skinny belt and styled with maxi black in jacquard.
Here we see sweet, pale pink silk blouse worn underneath fur vest teamed with mini. That's kind of boho 1970's outfit from Elie Saab.
Elisabeth and James offer us totally black outfit that consists of long sleeve black cardigan, high neck top and knife pleated midi.
Emilio Pucci keeps it 1970's disco inspired. We see striped, multi-colored turtleneck tucked in fuchsia, front buttoned and belted maxi bottom.
Feeling going avante-garde, then try on this Jacquemus look that features a pleated, below-the-knee skirt.
If you want yourself kind of biker-chic outfit, then I recommend Mugler. It comes with awesome shortened biker jacket with leather and fur, dark emerald turtleneck and wrap skirt in dark emerald and leather.
When it feels like trying something new, then go for military touches. Here we see Preen by Thornton Bregazzi outfit that consists of a glossy, army green leather shirt tucked in high-waisted, belted mini, flared skirt.
There is kind of sporty touch in this Preen by Thornton Bregazzi look. I love the white, cable knit sweater and the lightweight maxi bottom.
Sass Bide keeps it simple and sophisticated. I love the black coat and black leather matte long skirt.
Why don't you try Sass Bide almost ankle length bottom in black color? It's a perfect choice for those ladies who want to try cropped tops.
Temperley London wows with its offerings. We see light brown colored short leather jacket worn atop black top and high-waisted maxi in floral print.
The peplum hem mini is another great choice for you to try this year. Everything designed by Timo Weiland.
When it feels like being sophisticated and ladylike. This one is from Vera Wang. It consists of a camel coat, black top and high-waisted belted, knife-pleated tea-length black bottom.
Zac Posen brings us eye-catching, evening appropriate design. Team it with your favorite navy colored wrap maxi coat.