I have become mildly obsessed with wearing T-shirts and skirts over the past couple days; so much so that I practically wore the same thing two days in a row.
On Monday I wore this:
I paired my vintage poppy pleated skirt (thrifted) with a grey tee (Target), my increasingly ubiquitous cuff (thrifted), vintage “fringe” earrings and black platforms (G by Guess via Piperlime).
And, today, this:
|This pose is so ridiculous, I had to include this picture.|
I wore a blue vintage circle skirt (thrifted) with a black and white striped tee (Old Navy), a silver necklace-as-bracelet (gifted, I think) and black sandals (
White Mountain via Macy’s).
They’re not exactly the same, but they have a similar feel to them. A feel that was prompted by some advice in the latest In Style to pair pleated skirts with a casual sweater and boots. I love my pleated skirts, but never thought to dress them down and was excited to try a new way to wear them. I tried it Monday with my favorite poppy-colored pleated skirt, tying the tee at the side both to help define my waist and to add to the casual feel. And I really liked it.
In fact, I liked the look so much that I decided to try a variation on the theme today. Today’s skirt isn’t pleated, but it’s very full and a length that, like with the pleats, tends to make me want to dress up instead of down. But, today, I paired it not only with a tee (this time tied in the back to define the waist), but with flat sandals. And again, I like it. I know the proportions are a bit tricky, but for some reason, I think it works.
Could I be delusional? It’s possible. Maybe I’m sun-addled from the trip to the beach. But, for whatever reason, I like these looks and will probably continue wearing variations on this theme for awhile yet, you lucky ducks.
No takeaway for today, instead I wanted to let you know that I and several other bloggers, are showing the world our shorts over at Fabienne’s blog, The House on the Clouds, today. So, get your minds out of the gutters and go take a peek!
Happy Tuesday, All!
P.S. Ferge and I tried to take a picture of me twirling to show off the skirt, but it did not work. At all. It just made me dizzy and sort of nauseous and this is all we got:
|Again, yes, it's ridiculous, but it's all I've have to show for all our efforts.|