Meet the Top 10 Skirt Bloggers of November 2013

November is a transitional month, not only in seasons, but also in trends. So as we start to move on to the winter months and say goodbye to the picturesque autumn season, we also start to see new trends.

Tartan-printed skirts are big this season and they’re definitely going to be carried out into winter. There’s also a lot of interest surrounding full midi skirts, particularly the boxy-pleated kind. We still saw some of the old favorites like leather pencil skirts and full mini skirts but we are thrilled to see a lot of daring new trends such as the leg veil skirts.

To sum it all up, here are the bloggers who rocked some of our favorite skirt looks this month:

1. Aien from India

Aien

As mentioned earlier, full midi skirts were pretty big this season. One of the reasons is they are so easy to wear. These coveted skirts inject a high fashion appeal to ensembles. India-based fashion blogger, Aien, wore this with a matching cropped top. The neon color of both the skirt and the top is striking – an unusual touch to a Fall/Winter ensemble.

2. Gabrielle from Wisconsin

Gabrielle

Here is another example of the versatility of midi skirts. Gabrielle wore hers with an untucked knitted sweater. There’s always the option of tucking the sweater in but this untucked version over the skirt looks more stylish. Neutral-colored skirts like Gabrielle’s are a must-have for this season.

3. Iris from The Netherlands

Iris

We’ve seen a lot of leg veil skirts and dresses on the red carpet to last us a lifetime but Iris, who blogs at Fashion Zen, gave it a fresh perspective. She wore this feminine piece with a leather jacket and matching pair of leather boots.

4. Soraya from Nottingham

Soraya

You would think only people who wear skimpy, barely-there skirts are daring. If you discover Soraya’s out-of-the-box style, you’d think differently. This UK-based blogger had on a zigzag-printed maxi skirt and rocked it on a normal day! She even wore it with a bell-sleeved top that matched the skirt’s quirkiness.

5. Maritsa from Turkey

Maritsa

You can’t go wrong with a gingham skirt, especially if it is a pleated piece like what Maritsa wore in this photo. You can dress it up with a sweater and a pair of loafers like what this stunning blogger did or you can go the extra mile in layering it with your winter outerwear staples.

6. Patricia from Spain

Patricia

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It’s clear from these pictures why Patricia’s oxblood leather skirt made it to our list. It’s a lovely boxy-pleated skirt that is both versatile and modern. Aside from Patricia’s impeccable styling, we think it’ll work with many different winter garbs like an oversized trench coat and a collared top pairing.

7. Alina from Russia

Alina

We sometimes come across skirts that are so cute, we immediately think they are store-bought. We’d be surprised when we do eventually find out that they are actually DIY-ed! That is the case with Alina’s plaid skirt. She styled it with a blue sweater and a red coat – perfect for the holiday season!

8. Ewelina from Poland

Ewelina

We’ll never get tired of full midi skirts as long as outfits like this pop out before our very eyes! Ewelina’s embossed skirt looks so luxe, especially when she paired it with this fur-shouldered sweater.

9. Andreea from Bucharest

Andreea

Fashion blogger Andreea said she loves this skirt so much. We can’t blame her. It’s a work of art and we’d love to get our hands on it as well. The gems alone are enough to make a simple, monochromatic ensemble stand out.

10. Cara from Canada

Cara

If you don’t own a leather pencil skirt yet, you are missing out. Cara’s outfit proves why this should be a staple in your closet. Her zipper-adorned leather skirt can be mixed and matched with virtually anything. This fall and winter, wear it with sweaters and you will never go wrong!

So ladies, how do you love these skirts? Do you agree on our picks?

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