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FYI, The Perfect Button Front Denim Skirt For Spring Is Only $20 At Target

If you've been scouring the Internet in search of the perfect denim skirt for spring and summer, look no further. Not only did I find a universally flattering style, but it also happens to be just $19.99! I found it where I tend to find many of the best things in my life: Target! This Mossimo Supply Co. Button Front Skirt ($19.99) is so good that I actually already own two. The shape is perfect whether you're pretty straight like me or if you have some curves. The denim is the perfect weight and it's also a great length--not too long or short. Here's the catch: these skirts are selling fast! There's low stock at a bunch of Target stores in the NYC metro area, so my advice is you'd better gets yours ASAP! Mossimo Supply Co. Button Front Skirt ($19.99) Be sure to check out this genius beauty tool and J. Crew's awesome jewelry sale. [Photo: Target]

Designer Denim Shorts And Skirts Start At Just $29 At Saks Off 5th Today!

SHEfinds receives commissions for purchases made through links in this post. If you're on the East Coast or in the Midwest, it may feel like warm weather will never come, but trust me: spring and summer will be here before you know it. And because you can't wear pants and jeans forever, I suggest you head over to Saks Off 5th ASAP. Why? There are loads of super cute designer shorts and skirts on sale starting at just $34.99. I'm talking J Brand, 7 For All Mankind, Frame, Genetic Denim and more all for less than $40! Want even more good news? All the items we're loving below are an additional 15% off with code EXTRA15 at checkout. Hurry and shop now so you're ready when spring weather arrives later. Genetic Los Angeles Farrah Frayed Denim Shorts ($34.99, down from $138) Paige Indio Zip Denim Shorts ($39.99, down from $169) 7 For All Mankind Washed Twill Cut-Off Shorts ($34.99, down from $148) Genetic Los Angeles Gordon Distressed Denim Skirt ($39.99, down from $163) J Brand Low-Rise Printed Cut-Off Shorts ($39.99, down from $158) FRAME DENIM Le High Denim Mini Skirt ($39.99, down from $169) 7 For All Mankind Distressed High Waist Shorts ($44.99, down from $189) J BRAND 7036 Lela Distressed Denim Skirt ($48.99, down from $228) SHOP MORE DENIM DEALS AT SAKS OFF 5TH NOW Don't miss Nordstrom' $12 accessories sale and the Bloomingdale's friends and family sale.

Everyone Is Going To Be Wearing This Denim Skirt Come Spring

Consider this your warning: denim skirts are going to be huge this spring and the style every cool girl will be wearing is the button front. Whether with sandals, sneakers or ankle boots, this skirt silhouette is most definitely a spring essential, so we're giving you ample warning to add it to your wardrobe ASAP. One of our favorite takes on the trend? Sanctuary's Marianne Skirt, which has a slightly flared cut that's super flattering and is done in the perfect medium wash denim. Trust us on this one, you need this skirt in your closet! Be sure to check out The Outnet's massive clearance sale and Nordstrom's designer handbag sale. [Photo: Joyus]

Hurry! Taylor Swift’s $30 Plaid Skort Is Only Available In One More Size

For those of you still waiting for a 2015 miracle (or in need of another one), we have the best present for you. Taylor Swift rocked the school girl look in this AQUA Plaid Skort ($30.60, down from $68) while traveling through LAX. Yes, that's right. You can buy Taylor's adorable plaid skort for $30. That's the unbelievable news. The slightly bad news is that Bloomies only has it left in navy... in one size. Is it your lucky day? Shop below and find out. AQUA Plaid Skirt ($30.60, down from $68) Don't miss Gwen Stefani's color block sweater and Alessandra Ambrosio’s fringe bag. [Photo: Splash News]

Can You Tell Which Leather Pencil Skirt Costs $1,817 More Than The Other?

This Givenchy pencil skirt is the holy grail of leather clothing. But at $1,857 (40% off!), it's not exactly budget-friendly. Thankfully, the fashion gods were on our side with this one and granted us the gift that is Zara. Instead of depleting your savings account, shop this $39.90 alternative! But first, click below to find out which one costs $1,817 less than the other. Don't forget to check out: You Should Clean Your Nail Clipper More Often Than You Think, These Kiehl’s Holiday Gift Sets Are So Pretty, They Don’t Even Need To Be Wrapped!, and UGG Slippers Are The Ultimate No-Fail Gift This Holiday Season

What To Wear On Thanksgiving: Elastic-Waist Everything–Pants, Skirts, More

If we could, we'd wear our pajamas to Thanksgiving. What's the point of dressing up for a holiday when all you do is sit around a house and eat all day? Of course we'd like to look presentable for our family and all of those group photos, but housing a solid serving (or two or three) of turkey and mashed potatoes isn't comfy if you're formally dressed. Even a pair of jeans sounds painful. Which is why we decided that Thanksgiving calls for drawstring pants and skirts so our bottom's waistbands expand with our waistlines. (Don't freak out, it's temporary, obvs.) Pair your elastic trousers with a cashmere sweater and oxfords, or team your drawstring skirt with a chambray button-down and ankle boots. You can still look polished without compromising your comfort—or your turkey dinner. Check out our slideshow to see what you'll be wearing this Thanksgiving. [Photo: Cheetah is the New Black]

Here’s Where To Buy Emmy Rossum’s Plaid Midi Skirt

For deli trips, we tend to think sweats, tees, maybe some relaxed jeans. But maxi skirts and heels? Only in Hollywood. Emmy Rossum wore a Rebecca Taylor Shadow Plaid Pleat Skirt ($495) with a simple black tank and strappy black sandals. While I am sure she looked fab at the deli, we may save this piece for a date night or Saturday brunch. Plus, this dark-hued maxi combines a little bit of plaid, a little bit of pleats making it feminine and autumn-esque. Shop it below.   Rebecca Taylor Shadow Plaid Pleat Skirt ($495) Need more celebrity style inspiration? Check out Reese Witherspoon's bejeweled cocktail dress and Alessandra Ambrosio’s printed leggings. [Photo: Splash News]

Can You Tell Which Button Front Denim Skirt Costs $90 More Than The Other?

One of our favorite "what's-old-is-new" trends for fall? Denim skirts! Whether with bare legs or tights, we're so happy this wearable, flattering style is back. As an update to the classic, lots of designers are adding eye-catching hardware like these nearly identical button front options from BLANKNYC and Alexa Chung for AG. They're definitely lookalikes in style, but not in price. One skirt is only $88 while the other is a whopping $178. Can you tell which one is more expensive? Click the links below to find out. We also found this one at Urban Outfitters that is so good--and only $59: BDG Denim Button-Front Skirt ($59) Be sure to check out the most efficient way to hang clothes in your closet and the best moisturizers under $10.

Taylor Swift Really Loves This $49 Urban Outfitters Skirt

You know a celebrity really loves something if they wear it more than once. Which is exactly how we know Taylor Swift is obsessed with this Kimchi Blue Flirt With Me Seamed Skirt ($49). Not only did she recently wear it during a NYC date night with Calvin Harris, but she also wore the exact same skirt in a different color back in June. And at $49, you don't even have to be a millionaire like T Swift to snatch up this closet essential in every color. Get it now before they're all gone! PS: Love Taylor's white crop top, too? It's the Elizabeth & James Aisling Crepe Top ($110, down from $245), but hurry. It's only available in one more size. Kimchi Blue Flirt With Me Skirt ($49) Don't miss Gigi Hadid's cheap Guess heels, Jessica Alba's sunglasses and JLo's Crush It tee. [Photo: Splash News]

Taylor Swift’s Burgundy Skater Skirt Is Only $49 #DoneAndDone

Taylor Swift is actually no stranger to shockingly affordable clothes. Not only does she wear Free People and ASOS on the reg, but she loves Urban Outfitters, too. Need proof? This burgundy skater skirt she was snapped wearing last week is Urban's Kimchi Blue Flirt With Me Seamed Skirt ($49) and yes, it really is less than $50. That's cheap enough to get one in every color--there are four, BTW--so follow in Tay's footsteps and snatch this one up ASAP. Kimchi Blue Flirt With Me Seamed Skirt ($49) Don't miss Kate Middleton's Sebago flats, Vanessa Hudgens' ankle wrap sandals and Olivia Palermo's affordable heels. [Photo: Splash News]

Here’s Where To Get Beyonce’s Skirt (Hint: It’s From Another A-Lister’s Line)

Aw, how nice to see A-listers supporting each other. Beyonce just stepped out in NYC wearing this pretty mid-length black skirt with a flared hemline and white trim--which turns out to be from none other than Victoria Beckham's line (she's actually a fan). The classic (and classy) piece isn't a steal, but it sure is purdy: VICTORIA BECKHAM Fluted striped stretch-knit midi skirt ($1950)

Can You Tell Which Black & White Grid Print Skirt Costs $562 More Than The Other?

When we told you black and white skirts were trending for spring, we were not joking. They're so popular, in fact, that designers are pretty much putting out nearly identical designs. Case in point: these black and white grid print midi skirts. One is the JOA Checkered Midi Skirt ($113) and the other is the Marissa Webb Ella Check Skirt ($675). Can you tell which is which just by looking at the pics? See if you guessed right by clicking the images below. Be sure to check out cute rain jackets, how to do a side braid and cheap workout gear.

I Could Not Be More Thrilled That Denim Skirts Are Back

Last week one of my colleagues told you all about how button-front denim skirts are back for spring, and the truth is that pretty much all denim skirts ares--midi, long, mini, a-line. I cannot tell you how excited I am about this. For the last few years it has been all about denim shorts, which are just not flattering on me. I'm a size 8/10, and for some reason shorts like to ride up my non-gapped thighs when I walk, and finding a pair that fits and is flattering is nearly impossible (if the leg holes fit, then the waist is way too big and the butt is saggy). I just don't feel cute in them, but give me a nice denim mini skirt with a raw hemline and maybe some distressing, and I look bomb.com. Who's with me?? Leave a comment below if you're a denim skirt girl, then click through the slideshow above to shop my favs. I AM buying the Current/Elliott ones from the first slide, please note. [Photo: Creatures of Desire; Skirt: Zara - shop similar here]

Add Button-Front Denim Skirts To The List Of 70s Trends Making A Comeback

The 70's revival for spring is real, you guys. There's wide leg pants, peasant tops and clogs all set to make a comeback, but the trend I am most looking forward to wearing is the button-front denim skirt. Why? Well, as a 90s kid, who loved her denim mini in the early aughts, this is a childhood throwback to me of some sorts. Just, you know, with a slightly more grown-up/vintage-y vibe then my dELiA*s skirt. Click the slideshow to shop styles from 7 For All Mankind, Stella McCartney and yes, that Alexa Chung x AG skirt (we found one that's not sold out AND still available in most sizes!). For more spring trends, check out: black and white skirts, ear crawlers and platform espadrilles [Photo: Trini-G]

Pass On The Pastels And Rock Spring’s Black And White Skirt Trend Instead

Every year around this time stores start displaying tons of mint green, baby blue, pale pink and lavender. It's spring, so I get it--Easter eggs, pastels, yadda yadda. But if those sweet colors just aren't your thing, here's some good news: black and white is also trending big time for the upcoming season. Namely, black and white skirts. Whether mini or midi, printed or striped, the options are pretty much endless. Even better? They'll look good with your black tights on those lingering cold days, but you can rock them bare-legged as well. Shop the best of the bunch on the slideshow. For more spring shopping, check out the best trench coats, chunky clogs and Shopbop's big sale. [Photo: Lee Oliveira]

If You Buy One New Skirt For Spring, Make It A Full Midi

If I learned one thing from attending NYFW, it's that people still wear ridiculous things to shows even when it's freezing outside. If I learned two things, it was that one that I just mentioned and that full midi skirts are a huge trend for spring. There are those out there who say that these kinds of skirts only work on runway models, but I say different. With the right top (always go for something form-fitting) and the perfect shoes (any kind of wedge or heel is best), all women can pull off this trend. Click through our slideshow to see some of our favorite picks from ASOS, Kate Spade and more. For more trends, check out: shirt dresses, peasant tops, and 43 ways to dress like a ballerina for Spring [Photo: Cupcakes and Cashmere]

43 Ways To Dress Like A Ballerina This Spring: Tulle Skirts, Wrap Tops, More

Good news for anyone that's been feeling nostalgic about their childhood dance classes—spring is giving you an excuse to dress like a ballerina. That means you can wear pale pinks and grey tones, ballet flats, gauzy tulle, parachute silks and even leotards again. Back in September, designer Tomas Maier of Bottega Veneta sent models down the runway in tap shorts, cropped knit wrap tops, and one very incredible pale pink cashmere wrap coat—but it doesn't end there. Stella McCartney's spring collection is chock full of parachute silks and fluid ruffles, and the designers at Tome used a ton of blushy taffeta and pink sateen. The bottom line here is that it's now completely acceptable to leave the house looking like your headed to a ballet barre class even though you're really just going to Trader Joe's. In fact, it's encouraged. So take advantage while it lasts, and enjoy wearing slouchy grey cardigans with pale silk camis, or flowy tulle skirts with bodysuits—there's no better time to do it. For more trends, check out: open toe & heel booties, fur hats and wide leg pants [Photos: Imaxtree]

Let Your Legs Come Out And Play In These Winter-To-Spring Work Skirts

If you live in the Northeast or Midwest, I don't have to tell you how cold it's been. The frigid temps have made getting dressed a bit of a bore, but we say it's time to have some fun again by trading in your black, grey and navy work pants for skirts. Obviously, fleece-lined tights are an absolute must, but take my word for it--you'll feel so liberated ditching the slacks. Treat yourself to a few of our favorite work skirts in the slideshow. Be sure to check out Urban Outfitters' sweater sale, cute work dresses and Gigi Hadid's Ann Taylor sweater. [Photo: The Glamourai]

Everything At Piperlime Is 25% Off For The Next Few Hours

To spread a little early V-Day love (because who else is going to?!), Piperlime is running a 25% off sitewide sale right now that ends at the end of the day. Shop tops, dresses, skirts, handbags, shoes and more from the likes of Loeffler Randall, Parker, Joie and more. Use code XOXOPL at checkout. SHOP PIPERLIME'S SITEWIDE SALE NOW Editor's Picks: KLUB NICO Mona, LOEFFLER RANDALL Jr Work Tote in blue and black, JOIE Leah, PIPERLIME COLLECTION Mixed Media Bomber Jacket, PARKER Corsica Skirt.

Can You Tell Which Denim Skirt Costs $106 More Than The Other?

Alexa Chung's collection for AG Jeans hit last month and has been selling like crazy. Standouts from the collab include the sold-out Pixie dress, white skinny jeans (as seen on Alexa herself) and the Kety Skirt. Oh, you thought denim mini skirts died along with the Juicy tracksuit? Well we have news for you: they didn't. Tons of styles are coming out now for spring, so it's no surprise that there are some similar ones. In this case, both denim skirts come in a dark wash, have a flared shape and button closure. But one was designed by Alexa Chung and the other wasn't. Can you tell which one is Alexa Chung for AG and which is Esprit? Click the images below to find out. Test your fashion savvy some more with: sneakers, bucket bags and leather dresses

Khloe Kardashian’s Gold Tipped Shoes Have New Year’s Eve Written All Over Them

Khloe Kardashian looked every bit the power woman at The Hollywood Reporter's Annual Power 100 Women in Entertainment event in her neutral outfit. So she doesn't run a company (or act, sing, dance...) but hey, who are we to judge? Well, we can judge one thing--what she wore. Her A.L.C. Side Slit Fitted Midi Skirt ($654) and Gianvito Rossi Metallic Cap-Toe PVC Pump ($725) are everything a power woman would want and need. Plus, the first step in succeeding is looking the part (said someone). Snag her holiday party-approved items below. A.L.C. Side Slit Fitted Midi Skirt ($654) Gianvito Rossi Metallic Cap-Toe PVC Pump ($725) Don't forget to check out Kendall Jenner's plaid shirt, Olivia Palermo’s jacket, Taylor Swift’s boots, Nina Dobrev’s animal ear hat and Kaley Cuoco’s jacket. [Photo: Splash News]  

Need A Break From Wooly Knits & Leather This Fall? The Lace Hem Trend Is For You

If you already need a break from fall's chunky knits, wool and corduroy, here's a trend you're sure to find refreshing--lace hems. I'm a sucker for lace, so I'm super excited to invest in a skirt and a dress or two with a delicate lace hemline. It's this season's romantic take on the mixed media trend that's been big for a while now, and I have to say I'm glad designers are finally playing with something other than leather. Click through the slideshow to shop our favorite lace-finished skirts and dresses from designers like Roberto Cavalli, Stella McCartney and alice + olivia. Be sure to check out 47 perfect pairs of Chelsea boots, coats that never go out of style and Reese Witherspoon's rag & bone hat. [Photo: collagevintage.com]

Is It Any Surprise Beyonce’s Maxi Skirt Is Almost Sold Out? It’s Only $58!

Beyonce strolled with her main man, Jay-Z, while wearing this knockout vacation outfit. She paired a Topshop Floral Mix Plunge Bikini Top ($32) with a d.RA Cara Skirt ($58, down from $90). We love Bey for many reasons, but strutting around in affordable clothing may be our top one. So what if summer is over? Bikini tops and maxi skirts are always a must on your resort wear list. Bachelorette party in Miami? Spring breaking in Cabo? Surfing in Costa Rico? The options are endless - the quantities are not. So hurry your still-tan booty over to shop these items before they are gone! Topshop Floral Mix Plunge Bikini Top ($32) d.RA Cara Skirt ($58, down from $90) Don't miss out on Nicole Richie's ID necklace, Taylor Swift’s H&M set and Olivia Palermo’s statement necklace. [Photo: Splash News]

We Can’t Decide What’s Better–Beyonce’s Helmut Lang Skirt Or Her $16 Crop Top

Now that Beyonce's Instgram feed is like a modern day runway (albeit actually affordable), we are taking notes on her featured items. Most recently, she showed off her rock solid abs in a crop top and this Helmut Lang Kinetic Jersey Asymmetrical Wrap Skirt ($195). A simple skirt with a serious slit, you better be ready to show some leg. It's not making our best of Beyonce under $100 list, but we can handle the designer price tag because this little number will take you from day to night, crop tops to tees. Snag the skirt below before the masses do! Helmut Lang Kinetic Jersey Asymmetrical Wrap Skirt ($195) Psst, her crop top is $16 from topshop! Don't forget to shop more great A-list finds such as Kristin Cavallari's Bodycon Dress, Jessica Alba’s leather track pants, and Rihanna’s hot pink dress. [Photo: Splash News]

Pair Vanessa Hudgens’ Fringe Skirt With Booties And Boom, You’re Ready For Fall

Vanessa Hudgens is flaunting her abs big time in a crop top and this For Love & Lemons Bandit Pencil Skirt ($68.40, down from $114). We love Vanessa's boho skirt, but could it really work for fall? Just add booties, of course. And if you needed another reason to buy it, it's on sale baby! Snag it below. For Love & Lemons Bandit Pencil Skirt ($68.40, down from $114) For more celeb style, check out: Kerry Washington’s white dress, Beyonce’s $38 top and Reese Witherspoon’s dress for 50% off. [Photo: Splash News]  

Beyonce May Look Good In A Denim Pencil Skirt, But Are You Brave Enough To Try It?

Everything just appears cooler on Instagram, even denim skirts. Even denim pencil skirts. Especially when modeled by Queen B herself, Beyonce. The bootylicious popstar wore a Frame Denim Le High Pencil Skirt ($228) while posing a sulty hip snap in the jungle. She paired her form fitting denim with a denim jacket, a white tee, some Chanel accssories and nude heels. Simple, put together, and sexy. We are convinced denim skirts are making a comeback, so snag Beyonce's exact skirt below! Frame Denim Le High Pencil Skirt ($228) Don't miss out on Liv Tyler's dress, Selena Gomez’s sandals and Jennifer Lopez’s maxi dress. [Photo: Splash News]

Lily Collins’ Crop Top And Skirt Are Both Ella Moss

Lily Collins, daughter of Phil, is one of my favorite Hollywood millenials. She just has a great look (those eyebrows!) and also seems like the last girl to be caught in a naked pics scandal. She just seems sweet. And how sweet is this outfit she just stepped out in while running errands in LA? Her crop top and midi skirt pair so nicely together. Oh, wait, it's because they are both Ella Moss. Get them here:  Ella Moss Sydney Crop Top ($88) Ella Moss Poppy Fields Midi Skirt ($148)

3 Bloggers Demonstrate How To Wear A Midi Skirt Without Looking Like A Grandma

Despite common belief, you don't have to be a skinny mini and you definitely don't have to be a grandma to wear a midi skirt, you just have to know what to pair it with. Just the other day, our Editorial Director wore a floral midi skirt to the office with a t-shirt and flat sandals. She looked so cute and put together, but she made us wonder what else we could wear midis with. The options are really endless. You can dress midis up with heels or dress them down with denim. Midis are great for work or special events when you need to be a little more conservative. You can't show off your sexy legs all the time. Save your short skirts for the club. Since we're still trying to catch on to the midi trend to, we thought we would turn to our favorite bloggers to show you how to wear them, so check out the pictures below and shop their looks. Wear your midi skirt... 1. With a button-down shirt. Just tie it up and add some heels and jewelry to match. Showing a little skin and wearing high heels will assure you don't look like a grandma. Although Briony of A Girl A Style's skirt is sold out, we found a similar style here.   Get the look: Topshop Antique Jacquard Midi Skirt ($96), Topshop Casual Chambray Shirt ($58), Steve Madden 'Stecy' Sandal ($79.95) 2. As a matching set. Although some sets look a little bit too matchy-matchy, you can easily pull off the look by pairing your set with a statement shoe or necklace. Julia of Gal Meets Glam paired her midi set with bold yellow shoes and earrings for a summer wedding. When you look at each of the pieces seperately, you would never think to wear them together, but pairing pieces that don't match with your matching set will make it less extreme.   Get Julia's exact midi skirt set: Tibi Cropped Top ($298), Tibi Pleat Skirt ($495),  J.Crew Dangling Teardrop Earrings ($45), and Nine West Flax ($48.99, down from $69) 3. With a denim jacket. You can transition your midi skirt from summer to fall just by adding a denim jacket. For the summer, pair it with sandals, but in the fall wear flats or combat boots. Midi skirts can be worn any season (except in the snow, obvi). Get Honey & Silk's pleated midi look: Topshop Sport Waistband Pleat Midi Skirt ($76), Topshop Moto Vintage Wash Denim Jacket ($90), and Madden Girl Cindiee ($39.99, down from $49.95) For more blogger inspiration, check out: how to wear boots in the summer, how to wear a jumsuit, and how to wear shortalls. [Photos: A Girl A Style, Gal Meets Glam, Honey & Silk]

15 Skirts That Will Have Your Dad Asking ‘Did They Run Out Of Fabric?’

The illusion skirt isn't anything new. Back in 2011, we saw designers like Chloé send the trend down the runway for Spring/Summer. Fast forward three years later and the look is getting an update. What once was a mini skirt paired under a sheer mesh overlay has taken on a new form. Most of them now come in a midi length with anything from a mini to below the knee skirt under a lace, mesh or eyelet overlay. It's the perfect solution for day 3 of not shaving when you can just see the hair, but it's too hot to wear pants. Admit it, you face that problem during the summer too. Tibi, Rebecca Minkoff and Free People are just a few who have re-imagined the trend for Spring/Summer 2014. Take a look at the best ones in the slideshow starting at just $58. For more trends we love, check out: heeled sandals, off the shoulder tops and rash guards [Photo: Alisha Fashionista]  

Sick Of Just Wearing Dresses? Stock Up On The Season’s Prettiest Printed Skirts

The beauty of warm weather? You can just throw on a pretty dress, sandals and boom, you're done. But sometimes that no-fail formula can start to get boring, not to mention predictable. Our suggestion when you're in a dress rut? Switch things up with a pretty printed skirt. There are loads of gorgeous options from designers high and low, so no matter what your budget you can add a few to your spring/summer wardrobe. Shop our faves--starting at just $15--in the slideshow. Still shopping for the warm weather? Stock up on lace-up sandals, shorts that look like skirts and Baublebar's bestsellers. [Photo: Lee Oliveira]

Yes, We’re Taking Style Tips From A 16-Year-Old: Shop Skirts Like Kylie Jenner’s

Kim Kardashian isn't the only one taking style tips from her little sister, Kylie Jenner. Even before Kim snagged the 16-year-old's black bikini, we've always noticed that Kylie is a pro at getting dressed. She's definitely nailed down a Cali cool girl look with her everyday wardrobe of graphic T-shirts, minimal color palette, and moto-style jackets. But the one thing we're going to incorporate into our own outfits this season is a high-slit skirt, a Kylie favorite. We're huge fans of the maxi skirt version, which you can pair with a crop top and flatbed sandals. Check out our slideshow for a huge mix of high- and low-slit skirts. Don't forget to check out these celebrity style posts: Olivia Wilde's A.L.C. bag, Kourtney Kardashian's striped shirt, and Reese Witherspoon's J.Crew T-shirt. [Photo: Splash News]

Can You Tell Which Twisted Skirt Costs $171 More Than The Other?

Every girl knows the importance of a great LBD (little black dress..duh!). But what about a little black skirt? While the temperatures slowly begin to rise, so will our hemlines, and the asymmetrical draping on these skirts puts a fun twist on the classic black maxi. Whether you dress it up with heels and a clutch for a girls night out (G.N.O. right, Miley?) or dress it down with booties, this little black skirt is perfect for any occasion. But before you add this twist to your wardrobe, you'll have to make a decision. Are you willing to splurge for the Helmut Lang version or would you settle for the MKL Collective copy-cat at Karmaloop.com? Can you tell which twisted black skirt costs $171 more than the other? Answer: The skirt on the left is the Helmut Lang Asymmetrical Wrap Skirt ($195) and the skirt on the right is the MKL Collective The Twisted Up Skirt In Black ($23.95, down from $42). Did you get it right? Let us know in the comments below! Test your fashion savvy some more with: studded pumps, daisy sunglasses and deep v-neck sweaters

How To Wear Oversized Sweaters With Skirts, Aka Your Winter-To-Spring Wardrobe

If you're anywhere in the country, except maybe the Southwest and Southern California, you're probably freezing right now. It's pretty harsh out there, and needless to say, we're ready for spring to come! But it will have to get significantly warmer before we can even think about shopping for sundresses and sandals. Still...we're in the mood to shop! And we all need something for those in between days that's easy to put together, comfy, can keep us reasonably warm if we add in a few accessories, and looks great. Ladies, you're in luck because we've found the perfect combo. Meet your winter to spring uniform: oversized sweaters with skirts. Here's how to wear it: 1. If you go for a print, don't use a busy pattern. Chunky knits add volume, and with all that heavy fabric, you'll want to keep it simple. Sure, there are girls out there who can rock a Bill Cosby sweater three sizes too large and still look slim as ever, but most are not so lucky. Go for something more subdued or classic, or look for something with a graphic. Get the look: Carven Grey Embroidered Face Sweatshirt ($410); Catherine Malandrino Antigone Wool Skirt ($129.99, down from $257); Jeffrey Campbell Wedge Booties In Draco Studded ($345); By Zoe Oversized Color Block Coat ($175, down from $416.68); Dorothy Perkins Grey Chunky Beanie ($9); Proenza Schouler Mini Black PS11 Shoulder Bag ($1,675); and Lauren Ralph Lauren Opaque Control-Top Tights ($18)   2. Play with texture. The best thing about cool weather ensembles are all the fun textures you can experiment with. We love the idea of a fuzzy sweater with a slick leather skirt, PVC and pony hair, or cable knit and sequins. Get the look: Topshop Knitted Fluffy Jumper ($60, down from $76); Tibi Quilted Lurex Jacquard Skirt ($199.50, down from $285); and Shoe Culte Equine Bootie ($98)   3. Mix it up with menswear. Being girly is cool, but it's also fun to borrow from the boys. Add a jazzy oxford, brogue, or loafer with this look, all of which (bonus) will be easy on your feet. For the brave: throw on some socks that stop just above your ankle. Get the look: La Garçonne Moderne Didon Chunky Turtleneck ($450); Surface To Air Drop Skirt ($96, down from $160); Steve Madden Beekman Oxford ($89.95); MICHAEL Michael Kors Logo-Print Crossbody ($148); and Ray-Ban Boyfriend Flat Top Frame ($145) Want more? Find out how to make your closet look like the ones on Pinterest, Super Bowl commercial teasers, and Michelle Obama's #SOTU Azzedine Alaïa dress.

Jessica Alba’s Pleated Skirt Is Less Than $100–That’s Your Cue To Get One Now!

It's rare that Jessica Alba isn't wearing something we wished we owned, but she's really been on a roll these last few weeks. From her Coach over-the-knee boots to her red skater skirt, we need to raid this woman's closet like ASAP. Jess' latest must-have comes in the form of this adorable pleated leather skirt, which just so happens to be less than $100. Yup, she's wearing the Tart Collections Evangeline Vegan Leather Skirt ($97) and at that price, we can all afford to get one ASAP. Don't let the rest of us beat you to it. Score yours below. Tart Collections Evangeline Vegan Leather Skirt ($97) Don't miss Olivia Palermo's leather skirt, Kourtney Kardashian’s flattering sweats and Alessandra Ambrosio’s booties.

Olivia Palermo’s Leather J Brand Skirt Is The Ultimate 2014 Investment Piece

Leather is on everyone's mind these days, especially in the form of skirts. We have seen our fair share of flared leather skirts, but how about Olivia Palermo's sexy, sleek choice? The petite socialite wore a J Brand Ready-To-Wear Maxine Zip-Front Leather Skirt ($1,095) with a $30 Old Navy sweater, and we suggest you splurge on both. They basically even out right? Not only is this skirt on sale (hurry!) but it has also been worn on the impeccably stylish Ellie Goulding and Ali Larter recently.  How much leg will your zipper show?  Shop it quickly before the sale alert gets out! J Brand Maxine Zip-Front Leather Skirt ($1,095) Looking for more celeb style to stalk? Check out Melissa McCarthy's floral dress, Kourtney Kardashian’s flattering sweats and Alessandra Ambrosio’s booties. [Photo: Splash News]

You Can’t Join Jessica Alba’s Picture-Perfect Family, But You Can Snag Her Skater Skirt

One of the more annoying aspects of the holidays are all those family photo ops (we can say this now that they are over). Unless you're in the stylish, good-loking Alba family. Jessica Alba gathered her clan together around the Christmas tree for a family photo and she was of course the best dressed in a Lovers and Friends Charlie Skirt ($382). The pleated, red leather skirt is just the ticket to pull you out of any winter doldrums. Thank goodness for Instagram and selfies! The best news? This skirt is still avaiable in every size. We imagine this won't last for long now that all you shoppers have some holiday mula to spend. Grab it before it hits the mass media shopping radar! Lovers and Friends Charlie Skirt ($382) Shop more A-lister style such as Beyonce's Topshop skirt,  Kourtney Kardashian’s flattering sweats and Alessandra Ambrosio’s booties. [Photo Credit: Instagram]

What Is The World Coming To? Beyonce’s Topshop Skirt Is Available In Every Size!

Once upon a time, anything Beyonce wore would sell out in a matter of hours. And if said item was less than $75? It was likely to be gone before you even knew who the designer was. But believe it or not, this Topshop Geo Knit Pencil Skirt ($72) Bey wore for one of her Instagram photo shoots is not only still available, it's in stock in every size. Now we'd hate to think Beyonce's lost her selling power, so we're just gonna chalk this one up to the fact that you had no idea her skirt was so cheap. But consider yourself warned: if your closet could use a little color, better snatch up Beyonce's exact skirt before it sells out (because trust us, it will). Get yours below. Topshop Geo Knit Pencil Skirt ($72) Be sure to check out Kourtney Kardashian's flattering sweats, Alessandra Ambrosio’s booties and Kristin Cavallari’s boots. [Photo: Instagram]

Ditch That LBD And Try This For Holiday Parties Instead: A Big Skirt

When it comes to holiday parties this year, the dress is definitively out. In it's place are sequined pants, leather anything and full skirts perfect for pairing with anything cropped. But, it's holiday season after all and there's nothing like going a bit girly and getting extra festive (sans the androgyny). So, of the three holiday party-wear trends this year, we're going with the full skirt option because it's the biggest, the most eye-catching and, honestly, the easiest transition into next year. Here's how: Pair it with your favorite tee. Weather you opt for a black, matte version or a sparkly, tulle type, let a big skirt take center stage of your ensemble. Better yet, you don't have to be any less comfortable for the wear. Grab your favorite tee (make it a graphic one, even) and tuck it into the waist of the skirt. The tee will lessen the fancy feel and make an eye-catching skirt wearable to the office before the party that night. Add a skinny belt to draw the eye to your waist, and now the big skirt has more slimming magic than the traditional LBD. It's a win/win. Finally get use out of your cropped sweaters. Cropped sweaters have been everything this season, but high-waist jeans are hardly anywhere to be found. Wearing a cropped top with leggings? Come on. We know better than to wear leggings with anything that doesn't cover the bum. So what do you pair those belly-button skimming sweaters with before its too warm to be able to wear them? The big skirt. Pull the waist of the skirt up a few centimeters under the cropped top, and now, even when your doing the YMCA, you'll be office holiday party appropriate. Play into the fancy vibe. Remember when getting really dressed up to go out was a thing? No, not with your newest NastyGal purchase, but with that really nice mink your grandmother left you or that emerald ring your mom is letting you borrow. OK--so years of a recession economy have made dolling up on the regular a thing of the past (and it's likely few of us have ever actually done it outside of senior prom). But you've seen Sex and the City and you know what dressing to the Ts means. And a big skirt is your chance. Pair on the big jewels, grab yourself a cropped, sequined tee and throw on your highest stilettos. Ring in the holiday season with some much needed grandeur. Here are our eight favorite big skirts, pair-able for all of your holiday party needs. [Photo: Sea of Shoes]

Give In Already–A-Line Skirts Are Everywhere!

You can hardly look through any brand's lookbook this season without seeing some type of a-line skirt. They are paired with sweaters, with stockings, with tank tops even (seriously, what climate do you live in?). The only really consistent thing about this seemingly very versatile trend is that everyone is doing it, from Zara to Michael Kors. Usually, such a heavy handed trend might not be what you want to invest your dollars in. After all, how do you stand out if everyone is wearing it? But, here's the cool thing: a-line skirts are slimming and festive--the two things we all most need near holiday season. Because a-line skirts generally start around your belly button and fan out mid-thigh, right above the knee or right below it, they pull the eye down to the thinner parts of your legs. Plus, they are lazy day appropriate. Throw a sweater over an a-line skirt and you'll trick everyone into thinking you didn't just roll out of bed. The only drawback? If you're living in a seriously cold climate, get you some tights or hose to keep your exposed legs warm! [Photo: Lee Oliviera]

We Found The One Place You Can Still Buy Reese Witherspoon’s A.L.C. Leather Skirt

If there is one celebrity who can rock the hell out of a skirt, it's Reese Witherspoon. We loved the one she wore with her Club Monaco quilted jacket last week, but we definitely love this A.L.C. Reese Leather Skirt ($417, down from $695) in oxblood even more. Between the color and the slightly flared silhouette, it's a no-brainer. Except that the skirt is just about sold out everywhere online. Lucky for you, we found it one place online, but you have to act fast. They only have it in a few sizes and something tells us they won't last. Find out where to get Reese's leather skirt below. A.L.C. Reese Leather Skirt ($417, down from $695) Shop more celebrity style such as Olivia Munn's two-tone jeans, Stacy Keibler’s jumpsuit, Sarah Jessica Parker’s striped sweater, Jessica Alba’s high-rise jeans and Taylor Swift’s trench coat. [Photo: Splash News]

Leather Skirts Don’t Have To Be Short And Tight: Shop Knee-Length, Midi & More

You know it's officially fall once you break out your leather skirt. A leather mini with boots and tights is practically a uniform this time of year. But, since designers like Calvin Klein, Alexander Wang and Michael Kors showed longer silhouettes on the runway, the mini leather skirt is officially out. Instead, everyone is into A-Line and pencil skirts with hems that hit below the knee. It's a totally different look from a mini and gives you a whole new outlook on how to wear a leather skirt. Try a sweatshirt and heels with a burgundy leather midi, or a tee tucked into a figure-hugging black leather pencil skirt. Still edgy and sexy right? Just a little more grown-up. Still not convinced yet? Click the slideshow to shop long leather skirts. We promise you'll find one to replace that same leather mini you've been wearing since college. For more fall trends, check out: stacked heel booties, calf-hair shoes that aren't animal print and the best metallic flats  [Photo Credit: Creators of Desire, The Courtney Kerr, A House in the Hills, The Street Muse, Creators of Desire]

4 Ways To Wear A Skirt And Boots For Fall, No Tights Necessary.

Every fall there's a small window of opportunity where you don't have to wear tights with skirts. It's not too cold to let your bare legs get some fresh air before you have to cover them up for good. And it's not too hot to cover up your feet with boots, hence the skirt and boots combo that everyones wearing. But there's specific rules for pulling off this look. A mini skirt with bootie heels? Too stripper-esque. A midi skirt with flat boots? The proportions will be so uneven it will swallow you up. And a maxi with heels just looks plain awkward. We break down which skirt and which boots look best together so you can try this look out for the next few weeks before temps really drop. Click the slideshow to see how to wear skirts with boots. For more tips, check out: The best weird beauty advice that really works, things you have to do in October and 9 myths about dressing for fall

Introducing Skeggings–The Best Thing To Hit Your Closet Since, Well, Leggings.

It's almost that time of year when wearing leggings to work is appropriate (with tall black boots--obv!), and what better way to commence leggings season than with an AMAZING new clothing item you'll wish you thought of first. Skeggings! Newsflash from xoJane: Skeggings exist, and don't even to pretend like you don't know what they are. The skirt has finally met the legging, and the two have turned into one. A few questions that should be addressed: Q: How have I never heard of skeggings before? A: The answer may never be known, especially since it seems as though multiple brands carry them including Soneed, Color of Basic, Cookie 7 and Click. (I know, we're all still confused. Getting there.) However, YesStyle.com seems to be the official or at least the best skeggings curator out there. And boy, do they have a wide variety. From tight fitting skeggings to pleated skeggings, and nearly everything in between, your skegging collection can be almost as varied as your actual skirt collection, and in as many colors as your leggings one. Q: I own both skirts and leggings. If I wear them together, isn't this skeggings? A: In theory, yes. In actuality, not at all. Covering what many women deem to be the worst part of leggings (the showing-all-of-your-butt-without-much-fabric-between-it-and-the-real-world part) with another skirt that you own just wasn't enough. Instead, the style obviously needs to come sewn together, because you know, skirts and leggings are the peanut butter and jelly of fashion (too far?). Anyway, skeggings come in at around or under $25, so in the long run, they are much cheaper than your skirt and leggings as a two-not-one combo. Though, you probably won't get as much wear out of them (Sorry, no skeggings at the wedding. Skirts allowed, though!). Q: Why do these photos bring up feelings of both disgust and love, in equal proportions, at the exact same time? Honestly, I do not know. I think skeggings and automatically I'm thinking of crocs, little girl bows in women's hair and all other fashion and beauty items that tried so hard to be a thing but that thankfully got a big fat "NO" from the style community. But then, I see a picture of skeggings and I'm reminded that Snuggies exist -- and for good reason -- and my desire for comfortable clothes pretty much makes this a closed-book cased with me siding on giving it two thumbs up. OK, maybe just one. Tell us what you think in the comments! Here you go, you can shop 294 skegging options.   

Summer BBQs Going Straight To Your Thighs? Hide Them Under A Maxi Skirt

Maxi skirts are one of our favorite summer staples. Not only are they incredibly comfortable and easy to dress up or down, but they're flattering on virtually all body types. If you're short, pair them with high wedge sandals. Tall? Wear one with pretty flats. If you're anything like us, you'll soon grow tired of all your summer dresses, so we say switch things up and invest in a few pretty maxi skirts for the rest of the summer. We rounded up a bunch of our favorite picks, all of which happen to be less than $75 (so you can bunch, of course!). Click through the slideshow below to stock up on summer-ready maxi skirts from Nordstrom, The Outnet, ASOS, Topshop, and more. Don't forget to check out more summer must-haves: white sandals, Hawaiian print, and the lazy girl's guide to getting dressed this season! [Photo: Lee Oliveira]

Hate Your Legs But Can’t Survive The Summer Heat In Pants? Meet The Midi Skirt

The truth is, not all of us are blessed with perfect legs. Whether you hate that your gams are too skinny, too fat, too pale or too stubbly, that's no reason to torture yourself in pants all summer long. You can always stock up on flowy maxi skirts, but there's another option, too: the midi skirt. With a hemline situated somewhere between your knees and upper ankles, a midi skirt is great for concealing less than perfect legs, but also staying cool in the summer heat. And with designers like Elizabeth and James, Derek Lam and Tibi making them this season, you'll have no problem finding a few that flatter your body. Shop our faves in the slideshow. For more summer musts, be sure to check out festival gear, swimwear galore and patriotic clothing. [Photo: Lee Oliveira]

Maria Menounos In Alice + Olivia: Rainbow Brite, Eat Your Heart Out!

If there was ever a gay pride mascot, Maria Menounos would be in the running. She stepped out to support the cause in LA wearing a flamboyant outfit, bursting with colors. She wore an Alice & Olivia Striped Bustier Bra Top ($192, down from $275) and matching Alice & Olivia Belted Stripe Flare Skirt ($316, down from $396). Definitely not for the meek and shy - this outfit will have heads turning (good or bad, you be the judge). May we suggest the flare skirt with a basic white blouse for a more toned down look? The bustier top could be perfect for outdoor concert gigs. Try one or try both - at sale prices, no less: Alice & Olivia Striped Bustier Bra Top ($192, down from $275) and Belted Stripe Flare Skirt ($316, down from $396) [Photo Credit: Splash News] Score more A-list style such as Jessica Alba's Leather Mama outfit, Kristin Cavallari’s funky pumps and white jeans, Ashley Tisdale’s perfect summer dress, Elizabeth Banks’ romper, and Olivia Palermo’s Milly x Banana Republic shorts.

Is Reese Witherspoon’s Latest Orange Outfit Inspired By Her Jail Stint?

First she wore this bright, tunic dress and now Reese Witherspoon is wearing her favorite new color - orange - again. Her short, burnt orange Rebecca Minkoff Dane Bandana Print Skirt ($201, down from $288) looks a lot more comfortable than her jailhouse alternative - an orange jumpsuit. Not that she couldn't pull it off; the Sweet Home Alabama star could wear a paper bag and we'd still think it was cute. What drunken rampage?? Score her adorable, flouncy skirt (on sale) below and also shop her Chloe Bi-colour Sandal ($565), which are the perfect addition to any wardobe. A chunky heel gives you some height, the colors match everything, and you can actually walk around in these comfortably. Investment? We think so. Rebecca Minkoff Dane Bandana Print Skirt ($201, down from $288) Chloe Bi-Colour Sandal ($565) [Photo: Splash News] Shop more A-list style such as Alessandra Ambrosio's perfect denim jacket, Khloe Kardashian’s white dress, Ashley Green’s maxi dress, and Diane Kruger’s overalls.

Stuck To Your Winter Workout Routine? Put Your Pins On Full Display In A Tulip Skirt

We've seen a lot of skirt silhouettes pegged as the must-have this season, but if you've been keeping up with your leg workouts there's absolutely one you shouldn't be without: the tulip skirt. Thanks to its asymmetrical hem, the tulip skirt flashes a little leg while still maintaining lady-like modesty. Don't believe us? See for yourself! We've rounded up tulip skirts in our favorite colors and prints from designers we love including Amanda Uprichard, Yumi Kim, James Perse, as well as lower-end options from Mango, Nasty Gal and Urban Outfitters. We promise you'll be hooked. Check out other trends we love for summer, including trendy turbans, comfy-cute espadrilles, and pastel everything! [Photo: Frankie Hearts Fashion]

Why Tie A Shirt Around Your Waist When You Can Buy A $270 Skirt With Fake Sleeves?

Now that overalls are making a comeback, it only makes sense that other 90s trends follow suit. And nothing screams, "Angela Chase is my style icon" more than wearing a flannel shirt around your waist. I have to admit, I kind of love the whole "tying a shirt around your pants" trend (talk about convenient). I'm a sucker for 90s nostalgia: There's still a little part of me that wants to dye my hair red, lean up against a locker and dream about Jordan Catalano. When I saw that 3.1. Phillip Lim had a printed pencil skirt with a flannel shirt tied around the waist, I fell in love. Until I realized that the flannel shirt was faux. As much as I love the trend, there's no way I'd pay $270 (originally $450) for a skirt with a FAKE shirt tie around it. Maybe I could justify the price if I got a whole flannel, but just sleeves isn't going to cut it. Seriously, Phillip Lim, for once I don't need your designer expertise, I'm pretty sure tying a shirt around my waist is a DIY project I can handle. What do you think of the trend's revival? Check out the different grunge styles below and let me know what you think. 3.1 Phillip Lim 'Skirt with Shirt Tie' in 'Antique White' ($270, down from $450) 3.1 Phillip Lim 'Skirt with Shirt Tie' in 'Black' ($270, down from $450) Rihanna also jumped in on the trend with a pair of white shorts with a fake denim shirt attached. Her version is slightly more reasonably priced: Rihanna for River Island 'White Rihanna Tied Shirt Denim Shorts' ($125) For more 90s throwback fashion, check out Nasty Gal x Lazy Oaf, Rihanna's new River Island collection and our list of 90s TV style icons.

10 Slit-To-There Skirts To Steal Julia Reston Roitfeld’s Style

Your Mom may not be Carine, but you can still channel Julia Restoin Roitfeld’s Parisian chic sensibility. After style stalking her Emilio Pucci look from last night’s Casadei Dinner, we’ve decided that there’s one key piece you’ll really need: the high-slit skirt. CLICK HERE TO SHOP HIGH-SLIT SKIRTS

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