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A midi skirt can walk many lines—they look breezy in the summer with a tank top and sleek in the winter with an oversized sweater—but it can be hard to find the right shoes to pair them with. Your warm-weather go-tos—sandals, heels, and mules—aren’t fit for wintry conditions. And although you might think boots could be too clunky with a calf-length skirt, we're here to counter that argument. Boots of all shapes—warm thigh-highs, polished knee-highs boots and infinitely wearable ankle styles—all have the ability to pair well with a midi skirt if you know how to style them. Read on for six outfits that do it flawlessly, then shop our picks for the best midi skirts and boots to get the look yourself.
Give the shiny midi skirt you bought for the holiday party circuit some time in the daylight: A statement-making knee-high boot is just as attention-grabbing while a chunky knit top makes the whole look less formal—bonus points if you go monochromatic.
Don’t keep that floaty midi skirt you wore all summer in the closet this winter: Pair it with white boots and a light-knit sweater and wear it straight through winter as a reminder that the cold weather will eventually pass.
A cozy tweed is exactly what you need on a cold day when there's a chill in the air. Thanks to a monochromatic palette and modern shapes, the wole looks is more 2019 than 1949.
We love when the bottom of a midi skirt just skims the tops of an amazing pair of boots. We also love a bright belt beg worn cross-body.
A midi skirt with a slit offers a great way to show off your footwear while protecting your legs from the chill. While the whites here feel summery, a chunky sweater brings the whole look into winter.
An all-black look keeps statement boots in the spotlight—and an A-line skirt gives chunkier boots some room to breathe.
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