• Fri, Apr 17 2009

Designer Skirts in Colorful Prints

Colorblocking, floral prints, geometric patterns — I adore all the options in skirts this spring. Earlier today, I was shopping at Net-a-porter, so I thought I’d share three print skirts that I love from the site.

If you are going to splurge on one of these designer skirts, just make sure you have enough tops and sweaters to go with it. When you spend this much money, the skirt should be a versatile piece in your wardrobe.

Image: Net-a-porter

Image: Net-a-porter

Roberto Cavalli Apache Print Peasant Skirt
If long peasant skirts aren’t for you, pick up a short one instead. This green silk Roberto Cavalli skirt is a fresh option for spring. Pair it with tailored white shirt for the office, or a cami for weekend wear. This Roberto Cavalli Apache print peasant skirt is priced at $1,770.

Image: Net-a-porter

Image: Net-a-porter

Luella Sheila Pencil Skirt
This pencil skirt is all dressed up in a plum and white pattern, accented by layers of ruffles. This cute skirt can be matched with the coordinating boucle jacket and white peeptoe pumps for a tailored look. Get this Luella skirt for $910.

Image: Net-a-porter

Image: Net-a-porter

See By Chloe Floral Print Skirt
At first glance, I thought this floral print high-waisted skirt was far too bold to be staple piece. However, when I started imagining what to wear with it, I changed my mind. A cotton top and sandals for a daytime date. A colorful fine knit sweater and ballet flats for a conservative look. A romantic white blouse and red Mary Janes for a girly-girl look. A black turtleneck, tights and boots for early fall. The possibilities seemed endless. This See By Chloe skirt is just $380.

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  • http://www.everyjoe.com Jeanne

    I like the Roberto Cavalli one but I’m not a big skirt wearer since my legs are so stubby looking now that I’ve gained weight. All the more reason to get in shape. Of course, I’d have to find something more in my price range… :)