Gingham Skirt Spring Outfit

Gingham Skirt Spring Outfit

I feel like my wardrobe has certainly evolved into a more neutral one over the recent years, but I still have plenty of room for more bold and fun pieces like this gingham skirt.


Neutrals are obviously known for their versatility, but I’ve always thought a colorful piece can offer the same amount of wear. This skirt can be styled so many different ways during the spring and summer and seasons. Today I paired it with a sweater tank, which I love. I think sweater tanks are one of those perfect transitional winter to spring pieces. This one has a cute cut and while I find it sweatery, it’s still very lightweight and has ribbed details I love too. Also, it’s $16! I’m wearing a size Small and it’s TTS.

Gingham Skirt Spring Outfit

This gingham skirt spring outfit would look just as cute with some white sneakers or white slide sandals. I say white for both shoe options, because that would be my first choice, but anything light tan or light nude would work too.

White Slide Sandals

White Sneakers

See more of my favorite white sneakers here.

I approach midi skirts the same way I approach dresses, as long as the material isn’t too far in one direction (too dressy or too casual) it becomes a versatile piece in my closet that gets worn tons of different ways.

The next time I wear this gingham skirt it will be with a white tee, white sneakers and if the weather calls for it, a denim jacket. I can’t wait, because I love this skirt so much!

P.S. the skirt runs TTS, if you’re in between sizes, size up as the waist doesn’t offer any wiggle room.

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