I felt very feminine in the outfit. I love the a-line of the skirt and the fun mix of prints.
|shirt: gap (similar $23, or similar $70), skirt: thrifted (similar $83), belt: thrift (similar $10),|
coat: thrift, necklace: target (similar $36 or similar $14), booties: target (similar $67)
This is my first time experimenting with two open layers. I enjoyed the extra warmth that is provided and well as the extra texture/depth is added to the outfit.
|sweater: victoria's secret, pants: gap, chambray shirt: old navy (same), shirt: j-crew|
shoes: gift (same)
Have you had a chance to check out threadUP yet? I found out about it from a friend on Facebook and so far have been very impressed. It's an online second hand-shop. They have tons of great items in-stock at very reasonable prices. I was able to find a couple skirts (including this one) for under $10 a piece. If you sign-up under this link you'll also save $10 on your first order.
|sweater: anthropologie, skirt: threadup, booties: target (similar $67), earrings: ? (similar $30)|
eShakti is another one of my favorite online shops. I love that I can customize dresses to my style preferences and shape. If you are looking for a new Spring or Easter dress I highly recommended checking out their spring collection.
|sweater: old navy (same), dress: eshakti, necklace: diy,|
shoes: dsw (same)
This outfit turned out to be very cozy - perfect for a day spent chasing kids around our local children's museum
|sweater: thrift (similar $80), dress worn as skirt: hand-me-down, shoes: gift (same)|