The Skirts of September

After so many months of isolation during the closure, it feels great to wear skirts again. And as September days get cooler, the long maxi skirt is a great choice for the classroom! Check out some of our favorites below!

This pretty scroll print in classic black and ivory creates a beautiful line. This knit skirt with a boho vibe is as pretty with a chic black cardigan. Pair it wth a black tank and a denim jacket for a look that is more casual but just as chic. It comes in many great patterns and its stretchy fabric is totaly comfortable! Find it on Amazon here: Maxi Skirt

Brighten up your Hybrid day with a sunny yellow print like this one. It is still available at Loft (and on sale!) and pairs well with a white tank and a faded denim jacket. Find it here: paisley skirt The denim jacket is from Liverpool and is stretchy and comfortable: Liverpool denim jacket

We love this deep brown combined with turqoise blue! A sublte reptile print graces the skirt; I'm not a fan of snakes but I will make an exception this time. This is from the late summer WHBM line and is available here: turquoise snake print skirt

More Skirt Options at Maurices:

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