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Midi skirts are a trend that I'm absolutely loving. They are versatile in the fact that almost anyone can wear them and it's so easy to style several different ways. I picked up one at H&M for only 7 euros...pleated, hot pink, black waistband, adorable. So I picked one that was pretty similar to mine and styled it 3 different ways.

Midi Skirt

1st Look- Definitely a night time look that's very sexy but still quite ladylike. If you don't have a bralette then go for that black lace lingerie in the drawer, that's what I did. Pair it with some sequin pumps and a cute clutch with a pop of color and viola. I like the mix of all the different textures here plus we get a little of the pink/red ever so popular color combo. 

2nd Look- Pastels were drowning the Spring 2012 runways and gave me that frilly, romantic, girly feeling! So for this look I wanted to concentrate on that color palette but not entirely. So if you're not ready to take on the head to toe color, no worries, the bird print top balances it all out. Feeling froggy? Trade in the white blouse for a pale yellow, light purplish gray, or other color. And I actually didn't even notice this until just now, but there's also a gold bird on the handbag.

3rd Look- This is a casual weekend or running errands look (that I love). I kept the shirt simple and added fun accessories like the leopard print DVF hat and the cream oxfords. Throw some gold or blush gold tone jewelry on and you're ready to look the world in the eyes. 

Which look is your fave?  

PS- I think Spring has sprung in my parts if Italy. The past few days have been sunny, no jackets required for the warmer weather, and I'm hearing the birds chirp away in the is love!


  1. LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!!!! I want midi skirt now! ;P

  2. Loveeee midi skirts, the way you've styled it is lovely!


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