Edward Berthelot This summer, we’re donning floral skirts of all kinds, whether it’s delicate patterns reminiscent of your grandmother’s wallpaper; bold florals; brocade prints; or abstract designs. You can wear a different flower pattern every day of the week. Not a girly girl? Structured silhouettes like a blazer and modern accessories like combat boots will help offset a feminine-leaning ensemble. Meanwhile, for women who prefer that classic touch, you can add a pair of pearls to dress up your floral skirts. Warmer temps mean floral skirts are here in full bloom, so start gathering your outfit inspo with the looks below. Once we’re out of this lockdown/social-distancing situation, you’ll have a floral skirt outfit ready to celebrate. Style With a Button-Up Shirt Gallery Stock Step straight into the weekend from the work week in this pleated floral skirt that hits right below the ankle. The bottom pairs perfectly with fisherman sandals, last summer’s big shoe trend that’s making its mark a second time around. Add a tailored striped button-up to offset the floral print, your favorite bamboo handle bag, and voilà! You’re ready to take on brunch al fresco. Shop the outfit: 1. Toteme striped shirt , $310; 2. Wolf & Badger pearl earrings , $129; 3. La Double J floral skirt , $695; 4. Jil Sander bucket bag , $1,067; 5. Church’s sandals , $496 Rock With a Sweater Gallery Stock This rose-adorned miniskirt and sweater combination is a key piece in your transitional wardrobe. Pair with a light turtleneck and tights for crisp spring days and easily shed layers when the temps begin to rise. The addition of a ballerina flat, sweet velvet bow, and emerald stud earrings give us all the Gossip Girl vibes. Shop the outfit: 1. Zimmermann sweater , $630; 2. Elizabeth Locke earrings […]