Long Denim Skirts to Invest in Now That Will Pay Off Come Spring

Celine Spring 2020

Celine Spring 2020; Image: Imaxtree

When it comes to denim skirts, most of us favor the mini variety. But designers are looking to expand our sartorial horizons and our hemlines. The Spring 2020 runways were full of (mainly) midi inspo, from Celine to Stella McCartney to Givenchy. And these aren’t your traditional jean skirts. Patchwork patterns, acid washes and frayed edges make the recent stock of long denim skirts thoroughly modern.

Stella McCartney Spring 2020

Stella McCartney Spring 2020; Image: Imaxtree

While midis were the length of choice, we’d like to make a quick pitch for the maxis. Maxi denim skirts make great transition pieces since they cover your legs (though you may still have to layer leggings underneath on those bitterly cold days). Come spring, you can top them off with a tee and add some flats to welcome the warmer weather in style.

Check out below to see our picks for the best long denim skirts to wear now and later.

We The Free

Rhiannon Denim Maxi Skirt in Rodeo White, $49.95 at Free People

Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini

Frayed Denim Skirt, $350 at Net-a-Porter

Mara Hoffman

Uma Skirt, $425 at Shopbop

MM6 Maison Margiela

Blue Denim A-Line Cargo Skirt, $525 at SSENSE

& Other Stories

Front Split Denim Midi Skirt, $79 at & Other Stories


Traffic A-Line Denim Skirt, $312 at Matches Fashion


The Trilby Studded Denim Pencil Skirt, $136 at Neiman Marcus


Side Split Denim Midi Skirt, $34 at Topshop

Violeta by Mango

Midi Denim Skirt, $79.99 at Mango


Magdalena Reconstructed Long Skirt, $480 at Shopbop

Rika Studios

Jean Crossover Skirt in Khaki, $155 at The Frankie Shop


High-Rise A-Line Midi Skirt in Kansas Blue, $68 at Free People


Fluted Denim Skirt, $775 at Net-a-Porter


Asymmetric-Hem Buttoned Denim Skirt, $385 at Matches Fashion


Faded Denim Skirt, $59.99 at Mango


Blue Denim Destroyed Skirt, $350 at SSENSE