If you plan to show a little leg this season, you'll be needing these.
Spring's 3 Most Popular Skirt Styles
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Some live by Julius Caesar's famous quote: Veni, vidi, vici (transl. I came, I saw, I conquered). We, however, adhere to a different motto: Mini. Midi. Maxi. Thus, you can imagine our excitement when a trio of new skirt silhouettes emerged on the spring runways. We've added one of each to our wardrobe rotation and you should too.
Read on to shop the looks.
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The Full Midi
Pioneered by Tibi and championed by Atlantic Pacific blogger, Blaire Eadie, the full midi lends an air of ladylike elegance to any ensemble. Pair it with a crop top for a bit of edge or play up its feminine vibe with a floral print top.
Pictured: Actress Amandla Stenberg at the Jimmy Choo party in L.A. last week.
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Raffia Organza Full Skirt ($475)
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Taffeta Skirt ($780)
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In case you haven't heard, pleats are major this spring. And there's no easier way to tackle the trend than with a good old-fashioned accordion pleated skirt. A fashionable, below-the-knee hemline updates the look so it doesn't read too retro.
Pictured: Kate Bosworth and husband Michael Polish at LAX.
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Pleated Skirt in Gold ($50)
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Pleated Denim Skirt ($780)
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Pleated Poplin Skirt ($128)
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The A-Line Mini
A major component of Louis Vuitton's F/W 14 collection, this trend is already gaining traction thanks to its universally flattering silhouette.
Pictured: French actress, Adele Exarchopoulos, in Louis Vuitton, at the Romy Schneider And Patrick Dewaere Awards in Paris earlier this month.
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Tweed A-Line Skirt ($950)
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3.1 Phillip Lim
Stain Print A-Line Skirt ($508)