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Fashionista NOW: How To Wear Casual Tees With Midi Skirts?

Because a tee and midi skirt combo allows you to play casual and ladylike at the same time and I’m personally never bored of these skirts so here’s another midi skirt style post!

Midi skirt lovers and hoarders, I feel you. You can’t stop the obsession with these tea-length skirts. Even though you wonder why it’s called tea-length specifically. Love wearing these skirts that you are always finding ways to extend their use in a diverse outfit style niches?

Well, you’re certainly never alone. My simple suggestion is to wear your midis with casual tees, whether it’s slouchy, cropped, fitted or not. Tees are aplenty in a wardrobe of any girl, woman or lady.

Worn together with a charming midi skirt, you get to playfully fuse the casual but edgy but semi-dressy style elements together in one outfit combo that exudes the unmistakable urban street style ease that makes standing on a random pavement outside a random building an Insta-worthy capture moment.

If you are like me, a mad fan of this yin-and-yang OOTD styling, then you’ll be comforted to know that a midi skirt can be worn with your most laziest top that might have rips and holes from natural progression in time and with no fuss involved, you shall slay the urban street style game like these effortless fashionistas you will scroll over down below.


Which midi skirt and tee outfit is your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know!

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