Styling a navy midi skirt three ways

Styling a navy midi skirt three ways

Hello again, another raid on my existing wardrobe. This time I am styling a navy midi skirt three ways. This is proving to be a very useful exercise in organising my wardrobe. I have discovered some gems that I had forgotten about. It is also helping me to style some of my dressier pieces in a more casual way.

There is nowhere to go at the moment but what is the point of letting some great pieces languish in the back of the wardrobe. Above I am wearing my favourite leather biker jacket originally from MeandEm. This years version. Pricey but in my opinion a lifetime investment. I still have the original leather jacket that I bought in 1985! Skirt from Hopefashionuk last year. Still available in beige/gold reduced from £120 to £48. This year’s version.

Navy midi skirt and tee

Another advantage of this exercise is that I will have some outfit photos as a reference. If you have time, and most of us do at the moment, you could do the same. Just take some simple selfies and keep them in a scrapbook or folder. Then you will be well prepared when we are finally liberated and do have somewhere to go. I also find that occasionally getting out of my joggers, jeans or leggings helps to lift my spirits. The lovely watch I am wearing is from Nordgreen (gifted).

multi coloured scarf and blue bead necklace

A brightly coloured scarf lifts the look. Scarf/shawl available at Chicatanyage shop.

Navy midi skirt and pink sweater

A go-anywhere semi-casual look. Add a brightly coloured sweater.

Leather jacket and navy satin skirt

White trainers Fitflop.

cropped jacket and navy satin skirt

I hope these photos have given you some more information on how to get the most out of your existing wardrobe. You can see how I styled my navy midi skirt last year.

These photos were taken by my husband in the communal gardens just outside our house.


  1. Angela in NZ
    8th May 2020 / 20:56

    I’m loving these recent posts. Last year I’d started to assemble a wardrobe that would principally, but not solely, work with overseas travel in mind. Simplicity was the basis for choice but now with those travel bookings all gone, it’s time to discover just how accessorising them will give them longevity.

  2. Brenda
    9th May 2020 / 00:44

    Thank you Josephine for your lovely ideas. Your husband is a great photographer.

  3. Himanshu Nainawa
    9th May 2020 / 14:31

    Thank you for sharing skirt styling tips. This will be very helpful for my sister . I shared this article to my sister and she will appreciate your styling. Keep Sharing!

  4. Carol Moe
    25th May 2020 / 12:59

    With your dark socks and shoes your lovely face and hair and smile are the eye-catching parts of the picture with the scarf. Looks very nice Carol in Denver, CO

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