Skirts And The City: Part ii

Screen shot 2015-06-20 at 2.48.18 PMI hope you all liked the first post of this two part series on styling skirts! Here is post numero dos, featuring this gorgeous chartreuse, suede skirt my mom handed down to me from her younger years! The A-line fit is perfect if you’re not so curvy like myself, it cinches in at the waist giving more of an hourglass illusion.

Screen shot 2015-06-20 at 2.53.46 PMThis skirt was sitting in the back of my closet for years, but this is the first time I ever wore it because I was always conflicted on how to style such a statement piece. Finally I realized this skirt stole the show all on its own, so I kept every other garment simple. A white body-suit from H&M was the best partner I could think of.00-yLrHEfvHod8wX4GgptMmSGdIYomrvi8x2JnPZGSkP8,5aYxfLPXMD-1TvSSqLakLDheYjvCX72ppwCKtqb9_2c

This Marc Jacobs for Target clutch was such an amazing investment, and well worth every dime. It goes with everything! I would definitely say a metallic clutch should be a key piece in every woman’s wardrobe, simply because it is the perfect eye-catcher when you don’t have the right jewelry for a ‘fit.

Screen shot 2015-06-20 at 2.48.54 PMA skirt that’s high-waisted and stops about mid-thigh gives the illusion of mile long legs, whether you’re 5’2 or 5’10 like myself.

Did you know that you could iron delicate fabrics like suede and leather? All you have to do is put a piece of fabric, like an old t-shirt, between the garment and the iron.Screen shot 2015-06-20 at 2.49.14 PM What did you think of this two part series? Let me know in a comment below!

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