Developed in a new, delicate variation, the historical GG motif from the 1970s is cut-out in off-white macramé, a centuries old craft where artisans tie knots in a cord to form a patterned piece of fabric. The subtle design defines this sheer skirt, completed with a detachable lining. ; Off-white GG macramé ; Ribbon detail; Detachable lining; Back zip closure; 77% cotton and 32% polyester; Made in Italy; The model is 175cm and is wearing size 40;
Witchery Women's Clothing Long Ruffle Skirt, Deep Waters. 100% Viscose
Needle & Thread's skirt is cut from multiple layers of delicate tulle to capture the whimsical feel of a ballet dancer's tutu. It's trimmed with a grosgrain band at the waist and falls to an elegant, floor-sweeping hem. The soft lilac-gray hue works particularly well with other dusty shades.
Cut from fluid crepe, Alice + Olivia's 'Martina' skirt cascades to elegant ruffles that beautifully flounce with each step. We think it's perfect for formal events - the classic black hue means you can wear it with everything from a silky camisole to a vibrant blouse.
EXCLUSIVE AT NET-A-PORTER.COM. Johanna Ortiz's skirt is cut from voluminous tiers of ruffled bronze lamé that fall to a flouncy asymmetric hem. It sits at the waist to highlight the smallest part of your frame. Wear it with a camisole and coordinating jewelry.
Rime Arodaky's floor-sweeping white maxi skirt is designed with the modern bride in mind. Cut to sit at the slimmest part of your waist, this crepe 'Pennington' style is complete with a stunning lace train and waistband. Complete the look with the coordinating top.
By Malene Birger's collections celebrate powerful and sophisticated women with a playful side. Fitted with a sporty, designer-stamped waistband, this 'Lallah' maxi skirt is cut from lightweight chiffon and pleated for movement. The lining intentionally hits just above the knee to reveal a hint of skin.
Needle & Thread's skirt is cut from layers of delicate ivory tulle to create a voluminous silhouette. Lined with smooth jersey, it's defined at the waist with a tonal grosgrain band and falls to a floor-sweeping hem. For romantic brides, style it with the matching 'Rosette' top.
EXCLUSIVE AT NET-A-PORTER.COM. Needle & Thread's maxi skirt is made from layers of pleated tulle that mimic the movement of a ballet dancer's tutu. This blush style has a grosgrain band to highlight the smallest part of your frame and is fully lined for a comfortable fit. Wear it with the label's blouse for special occasions.
- Iris & Ink white Fern skirt - Georgette - Belt loops faux leather waistband rope belt pleated embroidered hem fully lined - Concealed zip fastening along side - 100% polyester - Dry clean - Made in Italy;
Skirt Floral-print Silk Crepe de chine Pleated Side slit pocket Button fastenings through front Non-stretchy fabric Lightweight fabric Dry clean Imported;100% Silk
Floral-print Twill Duchesse-satin Pleated Concealed hook and zip fastening along back Slightly stretchy fabric Mid-weight fabric Dry clean Imported Skirt Maxi length;90% Polyester 10% Nylon
EXCLUSIVE AT NET-A-PORTER.COM. The muted watercolor print on this maxi skirt depicts a beautiful Japanese landscape - the inspiration behind our exclusive Giorgio Armani party capsule. Crafted in Italy from lustrous satin that's blended with the finest Mulberry silk, it's cut in a slim column silhouette and finished with back pleats for movement. Wear yours with this bustier top from the collection.
EXCLUSIVE AT NET-A-PORTER.COM. Needle & Thread's 'Lumiere' maxi skirt is cut from swathes of black tulle and decorated with delicate sequin and bead-embellished flowers. It's fully lined for coverage and topped with a slimming grosgrain waistband. Wear yours with a silky camisole or the label's 'Lunar' top - another exclusive piece, designed just for us.
Alice + Olivia's velvet 'Athena' skirt is crafted from crushed-velvet in a rich ruby shade - two of the season's biggest trends. Designed to sit high on your waist, this floor-skimming piece has two generous side splits that create beautiful movement with every step. We think it's perfect for parties, especially when styled with gold accessories.
Gucci's Fall '17 collection is filled with pretty blooms - a look at Creative Director Alessandro Michele's Instagram will show you the Italian and English gardens that inspired him. Spotted on the runway, this silk-satin skirt has a bow-embellished grosgrain waistband with pleats for fluid movement. Mirror the runway show and wear it with a tucked-in blouse.
Needle & Thread's maxi skirt is perfect for every celebration - the signature of the brand's ethos of designing pieces. Made from layers of wispy tulle, this storm-blue version has a grosgrain waistband that creates soft pleating for ethereal movement. Style yours with the coordinating top for a wedding or T-shirt for a holiday party.
Paul & Joe's Sophie Mechaly likes to travel as much as possible, and exotic destinations such as Bali and Tel Aviv are her main sources of inspiration. This billowing maxi skirt is cut from light and breathable silk-crepon patterned with pastel-pink, yellow and white florals. We like to dress it up or down to suit the occasion - think a lace camisole for beach weddings and a T-shirt on relaxed days.
MDS Stripes' Resort '18 campaign was photographed at the Holiday House in Palm Springs - not only is it one of founder Mark D. Sikes' favorite places to stay, but he was also the hotel's interior designer. This high-rise skirt is cut from lightweight cotton-poplin and printed with vibrant florals. Undo a few of the bottom buttons to create a breezy split.
Our Fashion Director Lisa Aiken shared a photograph of models wearing Michael Lo Sordo's maxi skirt with this matching blouse at his show in Australia and proclaimed it one her highlights of fashion week. It's tailored from shimmering coated-velvet and has a deep split at the front. Why not wear it with a red lip for good measure?
Mary Katrantzou takes inspiration from Hassan Sharif for Resort '18 – she visited the artist's 'I Am The Single Work Artist' retrospective, which displayed his use of texture and bright colors. This weightless chiffon skirt is printed with feathers that are brought to life in beautiful jewel tones and pleated for movement. We'll be styling ours with a fine-knit sweater and heels.
Anna Sui's plissé silk-chiffon 'Flower Child' skirt is printed with flowers, leaves and fairies. It's fitted with a metallic elasticated waistband that makes it so comfortable to wear. Style yours with the label's 'Cosmos' blouse and velvet sandals.
Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini's black silk-blend maxi skirt is flecked with gold stripes that elegantly catch the light. It has an elasticated waist and is stitched with bias seams to create fluid ripples in the fabric. We like it best with the matching camisole.
Tory Burch named Princess Elizabeth of Toro as one of her main muses for the Resort '18 collection - this bright-orange 'Stella' skirt is so something we can see the Ugandan model and diplomat wearing. Made from tiers of diaphanous plissé-chiffon that move beautifully as you walk, it sits comfortably at your natural waist and falls to a floor-skimming hem. Try it with a T-shirt and denim jacket for a more casual take.
Rime Arodaky's maxi skirt is designed with modern brides in mind who are looking for something untraditional - it can be mixed and matched with other pieces in the collection like this cropped top. Sitting at the slimmest part of the waist, this mid-weight crepe 'Salem' style beautifully hugs your curves before sweeping out at the hem to softly trail the floor. It's overlaid with intricate floral-embroidered tulle that moves gracefully when walking down the aisle or dancing. -- White tulle and crepe - Button and concealed zip fastening at back - 50% viscose, 50% acetate; embroidery: 10% polyamide, 60% wool, 20% viscose, 10% paper; lining: 100% polyester - Dry clean Small to size. See Size & Fit notes.
Bridal designer Kate Halfpenny says every piece understands womens' bodies, their individual beauty and their lifestyles. Cut to sit on the slimmest part of your waist, this 'Ozzie' maxi skirt is made from swathes of weightless silk-blend tulle and scattered with floral organza appliqués and wispy feathers. Layer yours over the brand's slip gown to offset the sheer finish.
According to The EDIT , royal-blue has earned its spot as 'the new neutral' this season, grounding everything from bold prints to black. Diane von Furstenberg's maxi skirt is cut from pleated silk-satin and has a wrap design which subtly fastens at the contrasting waistband. Style it with monochrome accessories.
Emilio Pucci takes inspiration from the '70s for its Resort '18 collection. We love the retro psychedelic print of this 'Aruba' jersey maxi skirt. It has an elasticated waistband and delicate pleats that add to its playfulness. Wear yours with block colors and simple accessories.
Our Fashion Director Lisa Aiken says Michael Lo Sordo's Resort '18 collection is one of her favorites from Australian Fashion Week. This maxi skirt is made from velvet that's coated for a liquid-like shine and has a daring thigh-grazing split. Emulate the show's styling by underpinning yours with bright tights.
By Malene Birger's 'Beverlyh' maxi skirt has a sheer tulle overlay that falls just past the curved satin lining - we love how beautifully it moves when walking or dancing. It's embellished with clusters of beads, sequins and crystals and has a metallic stretch-knit waistband that highlights the smallest part of your silhouette. Wear it with a tucked-in top and strappy sandals.
Brunello Cucinelli's Spring '18 collection is inspired by diversity and the feeling of fusion - the label named it Koyaanisqatsi , meaning unbalanced in Hopi. This midi skirt has been made in Italy from checked linen-blend with generous amounts of wool. It's finished with an asymmetric hem and black canvas belt - use it to define your waist.
Roland Mouret recently told us that, although more glamorous, you will trust his clothes as much as your favorite pair of jeans. This 'Aries' maxi skirt has been made by British artisans from cobalt-blue duchesse-satin and sits high on the waist before falling fluidly to the floor. Each seam at the hips, thigh and back is carefully positioned to define your shape.
Marni celebrates individuality by experimenting with color, print and texture. A fine example, this maxi skirt has been made in Italy from wool that's subtly gathered to create a tactile puckered effect. The red, burgundy and cream stripes run vertically to elongate your frame – enhance the effect with the matching top.
Needle & Thread's skirt is crafted from layers of diaphanous tulle that's trimmed with delicate lace. Lined for coverage, this romantic style sits at the slimmest part of your waist for a flattering shape. Complete a modern bridal look with the coordinating top.
Ann Demeulemeester's Sébastien Meunier pays special attention to fabrics when creating his designs, ensuring they fit and drape beautifully. Cut from weightless georgette and underpinned with a mini slip for coverage, this skirt sits flatteringly at the waist before falling to an ankle-grazing length. Style yours with all-black accessories.
Paper London's 'Saskia' skirt is printed with diagonal stripes which elongate and flatter your frame. Woven with touches of lightweight linen and cotton, it sits high on the waist and is finished with front ties that may be cinched for a slightly asymmetric hem – this also creates beautiful movement (especially while dancing). It'll go just as well with a crop top as a classic tee, so you won't need to overthink on styling.
We love the vibrant pink hue of MM6 Maison Margiela's skirt, which feels all the more vivid thanks to the sharply pleated crepe fabric. Made in Italy, this maxi style is cinched at the waist with a wrap-around tie. Wear yours with everything from ruffled blouses to printed tees and oversized hooded tops.
For Spring '18, JW Anderson wants to create a refuge of calm, which is why his collection focuses on simple silhouettes and luxurious fabrics. Made from buttery silk-satin, this black maxi skirt has a sleek mid-thigh cutout – wear yours with one leg through to create a striking asymmetric silhouette, as seen on the runway.
If you want to make a bold statement this season, Elizabeth and James' 'Frances' tomato-red skirt is a great piece to start with. Cut from a fluid crepe de chine, this maxi style has discreet side pockets and a ribbed-knit waistband for a flexible and flattering fit - highlight it with a white tucked-in top.
We first spotted Ellery's 'Galactica' skirt at the label's futuristic Spring '18 show, where it was styled with a red top and these 'Cusp' earrings. Cut from a slightly stretchy cotton-blend, it's outlined with contrast stitching and has a thigh-grazing front slit that moves beautifully with every step. Shown here with Beaufille Blouse, SIMON MILLER Bucket bag, Ellery Pumps, Ellery Earrings. -- White cotton-blend - Concealed zip fastening along back - 98% cotton, 2% spandex - Dry clean Large to size. See Size & Fit notes.