I’ve been saying for a while now that I wanted to reintroduce outfit and style posts back into my blog. I have dabbled in sharing my personal style in blog posts since Tyler was born, but no where near as much as I used to. So I’m excited to bring you today’s blog post, all about how I style the printed maxi skirt.
I was recently contacted and asked if I’d like to try some of jdwilliams.co.uk maxi skirts so of course I jumped at the chance! I’m going to dive right into it and show you how I style printed maxi skirts and how you can too with items that you probably already own.
The Bardot/Off The Shoulder Top
This first maxi skirt is a mock wrap around style skirt* that is giving me serious boho gypsy vibes. With it’s bright orange colour, I thought the best thing to pair it with would be white, but to keep up the boho feel of the skirt, I decided to pair it with this cropped bardot top that I’ve had in my wardrobe for almost a year now. I feel that the off the shoulder and delicate frills of the top help to add a little extra to the overall gypsy vibe that this skirt gives off.
It’s also the perfect skirt for keeping cool in hot weather as it’s wrap around front means that you’re wearing a maxi skirt but still have your legs on shoe. To really finish this outfit off, I’d pair it with a snazzy pair of gladiator sandals.
The Slogan Tee
I have a little bit of an obsession with slogan tees and the main reason for that is because they go with absolutely everything. To prove my point, I paired this dark floral printed maxi skirt* with one that I’ve worn a million other ways prior. This “Not Your Honey” slogan tee was from Primark not too long ago, so changes are that they still have them in stock.
If you’re sure that you don’t have a slogan tee in your wardrobe, they’re available all over the high street! My personal favourite places to shop them are Primark and New Look.
Go With The Colours
If you’re opting for a maxi skirt that is soley two colours, this gives you a real wide range of things you could pair it with. For example, this jersey floral print* option is black and pink, so I teamed it with a simple pink v neck tee and tied a knot at the waist to give myself a bit more figure definition. The brighter pink of the shirt compliments the baby pink of the floral print perfectly and brightens up the large area of black.
Alternatively, you could opt for a black tee to make this more of an evening or even autumn/winter look. I also decided to wear my baker boy hat with this look because honestly? It makes me feel badass!
Play With Contrasting Colours & Textures
This floral printed linen maxi skirt* has me dreaming of being on a beach somewhere where the cocktails are flowing and the sunshine is beating down around me! Linen is such a versatile material and perfect for all this hot weather we’ve been having recently. I decided to pair it with a crochet cami that I picked up in Primark a couple of years ago, with a white bikini top underneath, for that real holiday vibe.
Contrasting monochorme colours is super easy to do and super wearable if you fancy something a bit different.
How do you style the printed maxi skirt? I’d love to know which look is your favourite?