This skirt is probably a "one-timer".
|skirt: Anthropologie, tights: Pure & Good, top: UO (Zara's is cooler), tulle tank: Parisian present from mom, boots: Etienne Aigner (want burgundy now too!), necklace: The Limited (want this one)|
That is, it should be,
for anyone with $1,000,000.
And a very empty heart.
That's right. Even had I won that horrifically cruel Powerball extravaganza,
I'd still be wearing this one of a kind rug-of-a-skirt on this happy (read:sad) day (say that 10 times fast).
So why, you may ask, would I subject myself to the criticism warranted by a wardrobe repeat offender?
Because there is no softer seat than that provided by the wool of a magic-carpet-ride-skirt and its accompanying fringe.
Also. It's super awesome.
I'm especially fond of the skirt's role here as a not-so-sexy little fringe slip.
Peeking out from beneath my sheer tank is the perfect way to convert this statement piece into something a little less omnipresent.
And did you notice my lovely tulle pop of a collar? Another sneaky layering move that lent a sheer crop top new life.
I'm just so full of fringy surprises today, aren't I?
Well, my friends, expect heaps more of these sartorial-repurposements as the reality of my shopping compulsion slowly catches up with me.
Until big name brands start paying me to pose in their expensive clothing, that is.
Don't worry. I'm not holding my breath.