WTWW: 3 Different Ways to Wear Midi Skirts

Each Wednesday we’ll answer the on-going question: “What do I wear with these?”  It’s a question we get quite often here at the shop and we love giving suggestions when helping our customers. This week we focus on three different Kupuri styles to wear with midi skirts.  

We just received a new collection of spring shoes from Kupuri. The styles are fresh and feminine. Midi skirts over the last few seasons have gone from runway fashion to a staple in our spring and summer wardrobes. So, we thought it would be fun to show different styles of shoes you can wear with this on-trend skirt length.

What to wear with Kupuri T-strap Sandals

The most flattering and ladylike way to wear a full mid-length skirt is with a heel. We really like this t-strap with its neutral color straps, blocky heel, and comfy platform. Wear these when you want to channel your inner femme fatal.

 

What to wear with Kupuri Criss-Cross Sandals

On warm sunny days, a midi skirt can be the most comfortable piece of clothing to wear. Keep it cool and casual with a classic flat sandal. The criss-cross straps are flattering and the metallic blue leather is a nice compliment to light blue chambray or white linen.

What to wear with Kupuri Slip-on Flats

Who doesn’t love an easy flat? We certainly like them! Especially when they can do double duty as a chic wear-to-work shoe or as a weekend casual. These would look great with a straight or an a-line skirt. Walk on girl!

So we hope we have demystified the quandary of how to wear midi skirts for you. You’ll look fabulous in whichever style you choose. Thanks for reading!

To view these styles and more from Kupuri, visit us at resouL.com.

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