In sporty, glam, girly, casual versions: here are some ideas for wearing the miniskirt in autumn!
The miniskirt is a garment that is normally relegated to summer, because in autumn and winter it is too cold to be worn. In reality, with the necessary precautions, if the legs are your strong point, you can wear it all year round!
How to wear the miniskirt in autumn: with stockings
If you are cold, you don’t have much choice: socks will become your best friends! Personally, I prefer them opaque, indeed, very opaque, 80 or 100 deniers. Now the slightly more veiled ones are also very popular, which, if worn in a rock way with amphibians or bikers, can be very glamorous. Otherwise, unless you want a decidedly bon ton look (but also a bit âgée, in my opinion), if you wear them, avoid the décolleté.
How to wear the miniskirt in autumn: with kombat boots
It is definitely the coolest way and perhaps one of my favorite ones too. Honestly, I like kombat boots in a slightly less faired version than those in the photo below, but the concept is the same. You can choose them high at the knee, or at the calf, but only if you have it thin and tapered. If you feel cold, pantyhose and go!
How to wear the miniskirt in autumn: with combat boots
If you want to play down a bon ton look, amphibians are the right choice. Even the most girly and princess-like outfit comes out decidedly more gritty. Compared to the look proposed in the photo below, broken up with a colored garment, in order to avoid the “complete” effect.
How to wear the miniskirt in autumn: mix and match
Divine Olivia (Palermo) teaches: mix and match with a touch of glitter always works! If you want to be really cool, put on a pair of loafers, even chunky ones, and choose a small bag to carry by hand. You will be perfect!
How to wear the miniskirt in autumn: with the down jacket
I think this is my favorite look below: Caroline Daur usually gets it right! The XXL down jacket worn over a black total black look with miniskirt, chunky lace-up and bare leg is super. Ok, it takes some cold resistance, but the final effect is super!
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