I love wearing skirts throughout Spring! It’s the perfect season to get out of your jeans and into a skirt while the weather is getting warmer. I have been seeing so many cute skirts online lately, so I wanted to share a few skirt outfit ideas for Spring to get you guys inspired. There are lots of different skirt options trending right now: ruffle, denim, midi, floral, maxi, high low, pleated . . . but I narrowed it down to my top Spring skirt trends: white skirt, lace skirt, printed midi skirt, knit pencil skirt, floral skirt, and a striped skirt. These skirts will carry you through Summer, and they are so easy to style!




A white skirt is easy to wear with just about anything. Find the style that fits you best (a white linen, denim, or A-line skirt, etc.) and have fun putting fresh new outfits together by changing up your top and shoes.  If you want to buy just one skirt that will get the most use from Spring to Summer, it’s the white skirt.

white spring skirt
outfit from this post


I did a post all about how to wear and style an all white look for spring you can view here.



A lace skirt isn’t just for dressing up, it’s really easy to dress down too. You can opt for a more feminine style or give your look some contrast with a casual tee. Either way, a good lace skirt gives you a lot of different options for Spring outfits.

pink lace skirt for Spring
outfit from this post



Looking to freshen up your look? Add a patterned skirt! Sometimes you just need a fun printed skirt to enliven your look and add your own flair. I love that you don’t need to overthink it when you wear a printed skirt. Just add a solid colored top and you’re set. Looking to make your printed skirt outfit a little bolder? Add a complimentary patterned top (stripes, checkered) or a graphic tee.

Printed Midi Skirt
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Striped skirts don’t have to be boing. There are so many different types of striped skirts to choose from. From bold stripes, to horizontal, bright colors, or black and white; find a striped skirt that catches your eye and play up it’s unique look.

striped skirt for Springoutfit from this post



Spring is all about florals, which is why the floral skirt is so much fun to wear this time of year. There are so many pretty floral skirts with bright, bold details. Because there is a lot going on with floral prints, pick a solid colored top that compliments the colors of the skirt. When in doubt, add a simple white tee.

floral skirt
outfit from this post



A knit pencil skirt is a great skirt to have on hand for Spring. It’s versatile. So you can style it lots of different ways. Throw on a favorite pair of sneakers to dress it down, or add a dressier top for a cute and comfortable work outfit. Look for a print, stripes, or wear a solid color. . . you can’t go wrong!

knit pencil skirt for spring
outfit from this post


I did a post all about how to style a knit pencil skirt you can check out here.

I also have a tutorial on how to make your own knit pencil skirt you can check out here. 



At the end of the day, finding a Spring skirt comes down to the style you feel most confident in.

You want to be able to wear something you love and feel good in. There are so many great Spring skirts to try out this season, so experiment with them and play around with your shoes and tops to try to change up your look. When you find a good skirt you’ll want to find a couple ways that you can style it so that you can get multiple looks out of it.

If you like a street style look, you might try adding a pair of sneakers. You could also try a graphic print tee to your skirt. If you’re dressing up your work outfits or need a skirt to change up your church outfits, look for a midi skirt. White lace or beige is best. Especially if it can be worn with lots of different tops. If you just want a skirt just to change up your look, or something for a casual work look on Fridays, play around with a printed pencil skirt. You can’t go wrong with a skirt for Spring, and your Summer outfits will also get a lot better by adding a fun new skirt into your wardrobe.



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