This skirt just became twice as nice since I decided to try it as a dress (seen previously here and here)! It’s simple shape and pattern make it easy to pair with fun mixes of color like green and fuchsia. I’m hesitate to make the commitment but I think I like it better as a dress than as a skirt – oh no!
- Bobeau Skirt from Nordstrom
- Belt and necklace from Talbots
- Cardigan from The Limited
- Enzo Angiolini heels from Nordstrom
Have you given any of your clothes new life by wearing them in different ways?
Bam! This combination smacks you right in the face. That’s right, I’m not afraid to mix loud colors and you shouldn’t be either. This is a big step forward for me though. So, if I can do it anyone can. I used to think I would get sideways glances if I wore outfits too far from my predictable colors/styles but I am happy to report, that’s not the case. Be bold!
- 678 cobalt skinny jeans, jewelry and leopard belt from The Limited
- Bobeau top and Enzo Angionlini heels from Nordstrom
What’s your worst fashion challenge?
I have fallen deeply in love with this year’s Pantone color – tangerine. I wasn’t originally sure how this vibrant color would look on my pale skin but luckily, it works. I am also a huge fan of peasant tops. They’re comfortable and can be worn both casually and dressy. Here I’ve paired it with a high-waisted pencil skirt to define some shape in a work appropriate way.
- Gray pencil skirt from JC Penney
- Orange Bobeau shirt from Nordstrom (other colors)
- Belt and accessories from The Limited
- Calvin Klein Onyx Pearlized pumps from Zappos
Have you been able to bring Tangerine into your wardrobe?