The Leopard Print Midi Skirt – Lipsy London

animal print midi skirt outfit

Ditch the mini and toss your maxis to one side because the news on the street is that midis are having a moment and I’m definitely not complaining. The midi skirt is one of my all time faves and the fact you can wear it all year round makes it a wardrobe winner in my eyes. Yep, if you thought skirts were just for summer then I’m here to prove you wrong. There’s no denying that the animal print trend isn’t the easiest trend to pull off, especially when printed tees and cami tops aren’t justifiable due to the serious chill that’s going on. Summer where you at? That’s where the animal print midi skirt comes into the mix. Teamed with a polo neck jumper and boots, you’ve got yourself a winter-approved look that screams classy rather than tacky.

As someone who usually shies away from bold prints, I have to admit, my love for animal print is strong. Very strong in fact. You can check out my previous outfit post featuring the print here. Although zebra, snake and every other animal in the jungle have been taking over, I’m still loving the classic leopard print. So as a midi fan and an animal print fan, it goes without saying but I’m gonna say it anyway, I’m a little bit in love with this midi skirt.

I decided to keep the rest of my outfit simple with a black polo neck jumper and black sock boots. I also felt like a baker boy hat added something extra to the look. Plus, I’m obsessing over baker boy hats right now. I’ve barely taken mine off since I bought it…

Can we just have an appreciation moment for these super cute streets by the way? I need to live in one of these houses in Chelsea, they’re so beautiful!

Outfit Links:

Leopard Print Midi Skirt (gifted) – Lipsy

Black Baker Boy Hat – River Island

Black Polo Neck Jumper – Similar at ASOS

Black Heeled Sock Boots (gifted) – Lipsy



What do you think of this look? Are you an animal print fan?

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Hannah Rose
Hannah Rose

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