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There’s been a lot of extremes when it comes to fashion this year. Micro skirts found their way onto the runways and into the wardrobes of Kendall Jenner and Hailey Bieber, while the bohemian maxi skirt simultaneously started making its mark as a summer must-have.
Several stylish stars have already embraced this 1970s practical and lightweight trend, so expect to start seeing them everywhere. Say goodbye to those tight, hard-to-wear maxis of last year—because this season the maxi skirt is roomy, ethereal, and light.
How are celebrities wearing the maxi-skirt trend?
A timeless classic, the flowy maxi skirt is adaptable to all kinds of occasions and pairings. Katie Holmes stepped out on the streets of New York in a breezy white maxi skirt that she styled with a light knit sweater and casual loafers.
As for Taylor Swift, she was spotted arriving at her recording studio in a romantic white ensemble that looked effortless. The upside of the maxi skirt is that it can be styled with almost anything, creating a vibe that is both bohemian and chic and allows the wearer to step up their fashion game without suffering from the summer heat.
What did the maxi-skirt trend look like on the runway?
Last season several designers presented their reinterpretations of this timeless piece on their spring-summer 2023 runways. While Chanel offered a striped and buttoned version, Blumarine took Y2K vibes to the extreme by showing colorful maxi skirts with distressed ruffles.
Dior, on the other hand, opted for an ultra-feminine embroidered version that was embellished with white ribbons and lace, which you can see below. Last but not least, the new fashion label Miroir Palais presented a range of long skirts, from XXL trapezes to transparent petticoats.
How can I wear the boho maxi skirt?
As mentioned above, the appeal of the maxi skirt is that you can style it however you like. That said, you can tell from the images included here that we’re seeing those in-the-know lean toward romantic and ethereal vibes.
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Translated by Jack Pownall. This post was originally published in Vogue