From maxis to minis, prints to polka dots, we've scoured the high street for the best skirts of the season
A girl can never have too many skirts, right? This gorgeous pleated style in the prettiest of turquoise hues has just jumped to the top of our new season wish list.
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From the chic tailored style and the classic colour combination to the purse-friendly £15 price tag, we love everything about this Warehouse skirt.
You’ll be spoilt for choice for skirts at Mango this season, where this yarn mini with a touch of metallic and a ribbon tie detail has just hit the web. We want!
Give your skirts collection a spring overhaul with this classic houndstooth print number from H&M.
Whether you wear this skirt with a blouse at the office, with a slouchy tee on downtime days or out and about on holiday, we can guarantee that you’ll reach for it again and again.
No girl’s skirt collection is complete without a denim mini the perfect off-duty skirt!
Stunning colourful prints were seen all over the spring/summer 2012 catwalks at the likes of Stella McCartney, Jil Sander and Thakoon. Get the look for less with Dorothy Perkins’ pretty pencil skirt, which looks way more expensive than its £26 price tag.
Swedish high street store Monki remains our go-to brand for stylish wardrobe staples at rude-not-to prices. The spring/summer 2012 collection does not disappoint, with this tomato red pleated skirt catching our eye on the e-boutique.
Full, high-waisted skirts create the most flattering silhouettes nipping in the waist for an enviable hourglass shape. Try Topshop’s striped boucle number to get the look.
This designer-esque pleated skirt has just dropped at Wallis. We. Love.
A striped pencil skirt in black and white is a fashion classic that will never go out of style.
Add a pop of colour to your spring wardrobe with this Coast pencil skirt in fizzing pink.
The floaty maxi skirt is a summer wardrobe staple, so channel your inner boho and snap up this jersey number from ASOS for effortless downtime cool.
Lipsy’s website is always jam-packed with fashion goodies, but this week’s drop is especially good. Top of our wish list is this bodycon mini in tomato red, which costs a teeny-tiny £25.
Looking for the perfect skirt for the looming summer festival season? Well, your search is over. This sequinned tribal All Saints design is the one.
The beauty of this Jigsaw tweed skirt is that it’ll be so easy to wear. Simply team with a delicate blouse or a neutral tee and you’re good to go.
Embrace your inner fashion romantic and go all girly this season in New Look’s pretty bird print skirt.
Garden parties are calling, and so is this sweet printed skater skirt from Oasis. Snap it up before we beat you to it…
A striped tube skirt is a must for spring. Dorothy Perkins’ understated black and blue style has effortless style written all over it.
Striped skirts are an ever-useful addition to the wardrobe easy to wear, and easy to pair with an array of T-shirts and tops. We love H&M’s skater number in fun multi-colours.
When it comes to print, big and bold is the fashion mantra to follow this season, so take your cue from the catwalks and snap up Dorothy Perkins’ flower print skirt. With so much going on below, keep things clean and simple on top and complete your look with summer sandals.
The spring/summer 2012 catwalks were awash with pretty pastel colours. Nod to the trend in Topshop’s floral print pleated skirt.
A black lace mini is perfect for cocktail evenings and glamorous night-time events this spring. Mango’s version is the best that we’ve spotted on the high street yet.
No your eyes aren’t deceiving you, this must-have floral print skirt is priced just £15 on Boohoo.com. We’ll race you to it…
Go all ’60s with your skirts this season with Topshop’s lovely pink boucle mini.
Cool floaty style? Check. Pretty polka dot print? Check. For less than £30? Check, check, check.
Want to smarten up your new season wardrobe? Then this pencil skirt from Miss Selfridge is for you. The mustard hue and black trim will go with a plethora of outfits, and it’s perfect for looking chic at work.
The polka dot is a print that will never go out of style. Add some of the timeless look to your wardrobe with Mango’s classic mini for less than £30.
This striped maxi skirt from Miss Selfridge is the perfect floaty style for cool spring/summer dressing.
Channel your inner bad girl and go edgy with your skirt choices this season with Warehouse’s black leather number.
Think capsule wardrobe when justifying a purchase of Whistles’ pleated skirt. Yes, it may be one of the pricier additions on our list, but its timeless shape will ensure its a wardrobe favourite for years to come.
Peplum skirts were all over the spring/summer 2012 catwalks at the likes of Dior, Jason Wu and Givenchy. Get the look for just £20 with River Island’s classic black style.
If you’re a fan of the pencil skirt but want to style it in a more sexy way, why not try this black design from Zara that comes with racy splits down the side?
Don’t be a shrinking violet and embrace this season’s love of colour and print. Warehouse’s tropical style will work wonders on sunny spring days, weekends away and holidays.
Guaranteed to go with pretty much anything you own, this Miss Selfridge skater skirt is a must-buy in our book. Trust us, you won’t know how on earth you managed to live without it. And… it’s only £28!
Got a spring wedding to attend? Christening perhaps? Or even a glamorous garden party? This pale satin pencil skirt from Coast is your new go-to skirt for every smart occasion this season.
The midi-length skirt is a demure look that is still proving popular. If you still haven’t got one in your wardrobe, you can’t go wrong with this navy blue number from ASOS.
This Reiss printed skirt has us dreaming of sunny spring days, picnics in the park and BBQs. Fabulous!
Flaunt your fashion credentials and wear floral prints this season with Oasis’ 1950s-inspired style.
Sacoor Brothers’ chic and preppy aesthetic is the perfect look for spring. The Portuguese fashion brand has heaps of pretty items dropping online that will see you through the new season and beyond. Top of our wish list? This striped pink skirt that will work with a plethora of looks.
Instantly brighten up your spring wardrobe with Whistles’ tweed skirt in egg yolk yellow. How cute!
Dresses might be the most popular option for stylish formal events, but a chic pencil skirt, like this French Connection style, can prove a sophisticated alternative. Try teaming with a silk tee or blouse for instant chic.
The peplum skirt gets a pretty spring make-over at Zara this season. We’ll be wearing ours with slouchy T-shirts on more relaxed days and sharp blouses when we want to take it up a notch.
An eye-catching print and super-flattering silhouette add instant impact to New Look’s pencil skirt.
Anything from Hobbs’ spring/summer collection is a must-have, and this cool printed maxi skirt has already raced to the top of the must-have style charts.
Go nude in ASOS’ flirty lace skirt this spring. Anyone who’s anyone has been rocking the pale hue this season, so show off your style credentials and follow suit.
If you’re looking for some bargain buys to stock up your summer holiday suitcase, look no further than Missguided, where this purse-pleasing pencil skirt will be perfect for wearing on days out and about.
A style snip at just £35, Wallis’ printed maxi skirt is perfect for summer styling. So, so easy to wear, simply add a block colour tee and sandals.
With such a flattering cut and colour, you could easily be mistaken for thinking that this Zara skirt is far pricier than its £29.99 price tag. What a bargain!
If you’re looking for a more luxe maxi skirt that will last for seasons and seasons to come, this Toast style has your name written all over it.