Put the tights down – it’s spring and you can now (or soon in any case) rock a skirt with bare legs. And there are plenty of sunshine-ready trouser alternatives to choose from this season, from teeny-tiny minis to kilt-like midaxis. To get you started, we’ve picked out some of the flyest skirts on the scene, as seen on the style set at the recent fashion weeks.We’ve been obsessed with midis and maxis for the last few years (and still are), but hemlines are slowly rising again, as exemplified by Emili Sindlev and her yellow Gucci mini. The stylist also proves that teeny tiny skirts aren’t just for going out-out. The addition of an oversized blazer and flat boots is a recipe for the cutest weekend outfit we’ve seen in a while.Yup, safari styles are a big deal this season, and a beige skirt with some hardware details is a wearable way to tap into the trend. This one gets extra points for its asymmetric silhouette, a nice unexpected twist on the minimal vibe. Even better, this street styler cleverly pairs it with a tropical print shirt. A match made in heaven. Satin numbers are the skirt of choice around the ASOS office at the moment, and the trend will no doubt last throughout the summer and beyond. US blogger Jaime Xie sports a pastel purple version, pairing it with a blue knit and statement heels. For more of a casual vibe, a white T-shirt and some boxfresh sneakers will work nicely. If your style is on the androgynous side, there’s no reason why you can’t work a skirt into the mix, as this getup demonstrates. A checked kilt-ish skirt, a band tee and some tough boots result in a vibe Malcolm McLaren would be proud of. Add some waterproof outerwear for April showers, naturally.As mentioned, the mini is back, and what better way to rock it than via a croc-print leather version? You already know that animal print is huge for 2019 and the textured material adds an extra edge. Let the skirt shine with a minimal top and jacket up top.The classic polka-dot pattern featured in many an SS19 collection – think Shrimps, Kenzo and Celine. At Budapest Central European Fashion Week, Diana Enciu was spotted (lol) in a flowy yellow dotty number and a black blazer. It’s a look which just might be our next workwear win (minus the crop top).