This spring, we’ve got a new obsession and it’s the ever-comfortable, oh-so-chic and versatile midi skirt. We love this style for its not-too-revealing length and weather-appropriate ease. If you’ve also fallen in love with this timeless, yet on-trend fashion statement, you’re in luck! We’ve pulled together 12 skirts, some bright and colorful, and some that feature the season’s hottest prints. Whatever your style, we bet you’ll find something you love in this roundup. Here are the spring skirts we’re wearing this year!

BRIGHT & COLORFUL

There is no better time than spring and summer to add color to your wardrobe, especially bold, statement-making shades like these. This satin skirt($75), in a gorgeous green, features a flattering belt at the waist and pleats that allow it to be either dressed up or down. The red skirt ($130) features a fun bow accent. The soft coral skirt ($88), again with a flattering tie detail, is ideal for both work and play — dress this one up with a blouse and pumps or down with a tee and tennis shoes.

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Now that warm weather is here to stay, don’t hesitate to bring some vibrancy into your wardrobe with a bright and stylish skirt. This green skirt is $75, the red option is $130, and the soft pink skirt is $88. Images: Nordstrom/Anthropologie/Madewell

FLORAL

It’s no surprise that floral patterns, especially in vibrant colors, are a recurring trend each spring and summer. We love how these skirts give a nod to the season without being over the top. We suggest pairing each of these skirts with a neutral top or one that picks up one of the more understated colors present in the pattern. The orange and pink skirt ($69) features that retro flare that seems to be making a comeback this year, while the red wrap skirt ($130) is a more classic choice. And this green skirt ($65), with a belt detail, brings an unexpected color scheme into the mix.

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Florals are always a fashionable choice during the warm-weather seasons. All three of these are different, yet equally stylish. This pink and orange skirt is $69, the red wrap skirt is $130, and the green skirt is $65. Images: Nordstrom/Anthropologie

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STRIPED

If you’re not so into floral or bold prints, consider going for a multi-colored stripe for a touch of seasonally appropriate fun. Just make sure you opt for a stripe that’s flattering to your body shape. For almost every woman, that’s going to be a vertical stripe. We’re swooning over this color blocked skirt ($110) for its interesting pattern and pastel shades, while this pink vertically striped skirt ($95) has a flattering tie detail and cute buttons. And this colorful striped skirt ($69) is another versatile option for work and play — how fabulous does it look when paired with some pumps?!

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Stripes, especially vertical stripes, are a fantastic print for spring and summer. This color blocked skirt is $110, the vertically striped skirt is $95, and the colorful skirt is $69. Images: Anthropologie/Nordstrom

ON-TREND PRINTS

If you’d rather forgo prints like florals and stripes, consider these on-trend options for 2019! Leopard print continues to be hot, as do feminine polka dots and funky gingham patterns. All three of these skirts will have you feeling like a fashion icon. We love this leopard skirt ($120) for its flattering cinched detail and semi-dressy feel, while this polka dot skirt ($55) does the trend right with understated, smaller dots. And this gingham style ($120) is one of those love-it-or-hate-it trends — some say it looks like a picnic basket and others are drawn to the youthful vibe. Personally, we love it!

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Opt for something a bit trendier this season with these fashion-forward patterns. This leopard print skirt is $120, while the polka dot style, with flattering and understated dots, is $55. And the gingham print wrap skirt, a major 2019 trend, is $120. Images: Anthropologie/Nordstrom

Enjoy the upcoming sunny spring days!

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