Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Your Skirt, Your Way!

I can't emphasize enough here at Sevier: Your Skirt, Your Way!  No matter your style or age, you can take any skirt and make it your own!  This point is easier shown than said, so lets take a look at what I came up with!

I took one of my favorite Spring time skirts, the Blossom Eyelet-Lemon, and dressed it for multiple ages.

Are you in your twenties?  Do you wear too many accessories?  So do I, don't sweat it.  We haven't quite gotten Coco's rule of taking off one accessory before leaving the house.  With that being said, scarves and belts are in so grab your favorite one.  For a scarf, I recommend something with yellow in it to coordinate with the skirt but not full on match it.  Now pick a bright color for your shoes, and a nice neutral for a bag.  I picked this tank to stay in trend with the fringe.  Its fun, flirty and very 20 something!  Don't forget your bright pink lipstick!
Your Skirt, Your Way!
Now for the thirties!  You're probably the CEO of your household, having a hard enough time balancing everyone elses schedule, let alone picking out a well coordinated 10 piece ensemble. So with that, keep it simple.  Instead of picking out multiple accessories, choose one thing that is in.  Liberty of London is all the rage so I recommend this Liberty of London blouse.  Bring a cardigan for those early spring days.  To coordinate with your top, pick out a pop of color and match with a bag.

My last age group for today is practical, classic and comfortable.  I recommend a Swing in the Blossom for comfort!  I love the bright turquoise button down against the yellow.  This shirt is a no fuss-no iron top!  Pick an accessory that matches for a little flair.  I picked blue earrings.  To match your skirt, I like this bright yellow tote.  Lastly, every girl loves shoes!  I love these Liberty of London flats with the gold embellishment on the heel!  Perfect for the Blossom, and perfect for Spring!


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