How to maximise a print maxi skirt for summer. I find that my maxi skirt is one of the most versatile items in my summer wardrobe. It can be dressed up or down. Here I am wearing mine casually with a simple white shirt (knotted at the front) and a pair of fisherman sandals. However, if you have an invitation to a party or even a wedding invitation a maxi skirt can be dressed up for the occasion. You could team your skirt with a silk or lace top. If the occasion is more formal or the weather inclement you could even add a navy or colourful blazer.
My friend Dee took these photos in Grimaud village. They show some of the lovely old cobbled streets and traditional houses.
I have worn my maxi skirt quite a few times this trip, sometimes with just a sleeveless tee if the weather has been very hot. I have had it for several years. It was originally from JohnLewis&Partners. I found a similar one by Whistles (reduced from £99 to £59).
If you are petite you might want to choose a midi skirt which would create the same effect. Some of the styles that I have chosen have matching tops so you would have the choice of creating a dress. Thus maximising your wardrobe.
My white fisherman sandals are from La Radoute as seen in a previous post teamed with my favourite maxi dress.
Beautiful photos of Grimaud
Grimaud looks lovely! And so do you. The combination of deep blue and white really suits you!
That Is such nice outfit for a beautiful place! You look just perfect! I haven’t worn a skirt in years! You did convince me to get a dress which I love, (cotton/linen v neck, loose from a few years ago, brilliant advice!), I think I could see myself in this as well!