I Spotted This Controversial Skirt Trend All Over Paris Fashion Week

Do you hear that? It sounds like…the end of Fashion Month. Yes, after a whole

Do you hear that? It sounds like…the end of Fashion Month. Yes, after a whole month of updating you on the latest trends on the runways to the standout outfits worn by showgoers in every city, it’s time to bid adieu—at least until February. Paris Fashion Week always ends the month off on a wonderful note, and this time the street style scene left equally as good of a lasting impression on us. A trend we noted both on and off the runways, however? Mini skirts. If you’re an avid reader of Who What Wear, you’ll notice that we have talked about the return of the mini skirt for quite a while, but the controversial trend is showing no end in sight for this season. It seems that the Y2K revival is showing up in the wardrobes of more than just Gen-Zers, after all.

Below, you’ll find the best mini skirt looks we spotted on the showgoers in Paris, and even scoured the market for options you can shop now if you feel brave enough to get on board with the trend.

The entire fashion world was talking about this skirt situation at Miu Miu, and you can see why.

An animal print mini skirt is probably the easiest to style. They act as a neutral point, perfectly paired with a variety of color combinations.

Lulus Venture Out Snakeskin Print Miniskirt ($44)

This denim mini skirt is giving me major flashbacks to red carpets in the ‘2000s.

BDG Urban Outfitters Stretch Denim Kilt Miniskirt ($54)

Pleated skirts don’t have to be sporty. When done in all black, they’re actually extremely chic.

ASOS Design Wrap Mini Kilt Skirt With Pocket Detail ($32)

But if you are looking for a more sporty vibe, then a white tennis skirt shall do the trick. Bonus points if you got a polo and sneakers.

Nike Club Tennis Skirt ($70)

Invest in a printed skirt of your choice, and all you’ll need to pair with it is the basics.

Reformation Margot Skirt ($98)

I know, this technically isn’t a mini skirt but the cutout is an easy way to make it look like you’ve got a matching set.

Zara Cut Out Blazer Dress ($70)

A suit skirt will always look put together. They’re a little hard to find, so play it safe with a simple mini and your trusty black blazer.

Reformation Margot Skirt ($98)

Ekouaer Active Performance Skort ($17)

H&M Short Denim Skirt ($15)

What did I say about fun printed skirts? Cow Print may be considered more of a trendier animal print, but just as easy to style as others. (In my opinion, my closet will always have room for it.

Target Notch Front Mini Skirt ($14)

Shop More Mini Skirts:

The Attico Ruched Zebra-Print Stretch-Jersey Mini Skirt ($241)

Miaou Micro Mini Skirt ($155)

Open Edit Knit Miniskirt ($39)

ASOS Design Wrap Mini Kilt Skirt With Pocket Detail in Olive ($32)

Zara Printed Lining Mini Skirt ($50)

Mango Skin Effect Mini Skirt – Women | Mango Usa ($100)

Ganni Lamb Leather Mini Skirt ($395)

Mango Check Miniskirt ($50)

Area Crystal Crochet Cutout Miniskirt ($695)

Zara Chain Mini Skirt ($50)

Staud Dice Skirt ($295)

Safrisior Store Y2k Ruched Ruffle Short Skirt ($19)

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