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Midi Skirts That'll Show off Your Feminine Side ...

By Leena

Are you the definition of girlie? Do you love wearing skirts and twirling around in them? Are you all about feminine style? If so, these street style midi skirt looks will tickle your fancy and get you pumped for wearing your own midi skirts.

1 Pink & Black Floral

Pink & Black Floral Pink & black is always a fun combination. And with a touch of feminine floral, the combo is even better! I love the shoes in this look, and the touch of shine with the gold bangle.

2 Chevron & Blue

Chevron & Blue The only time you should be blue is when you're wearing it! Like with this midi skirt, which is so fun topped with a chevron top and mustard colored pumps.

3 Pretty Solids

Pretty Solids Such girlie colors! Love the simplicity of this look. And the floral heels are the perfect touch of feminine. This outfit has "Easter Sunday" written all over it.

4 Black & White

Black & White Black & white. A classic color combo. And here, we have checkers and stripes, with a pop of red. Comfy black flats complete the look, which says "school girl prep."

5 Pink Flamingos

Pink Flamingos Aah! How cute is this flamingo midi skirt? If you love pink, this Barbie-esque look is one to try. Fun pink heels keep the girlie girl theme going. This is flamingo fabulous!

Kathleen is so cute...

6 Pleats Are Neat

Pleats Are Neat I love this midi skirt because the color is so pretty, but the pleats make it unique. The simple accessories and pop of leopard tie this look together. So fresh. So fun.

7 White is Tight

White is Tight Hey, guess what? You CAN wear white after Labor Day! And a head to toe white ensemble with just a hint of color and pattern will give your white look dimension. Rock that midi like it's nobody's business!

Midi skirts are great because they are feminine, and leave some mystery. They show off your legs, but also leave people wondering. They are fun and fashionable and fabulous! Which of these midi skirt looks best represents your street style?

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