Happy Sunday everyone!
Despite the chilly weather in NYC today, I felt like wearing a skirt! This tan circle skirt has been sitting in my closet for weeks (literally, since the beginning of August) and I have been waiting for the perfect outfit or the perfect moment to wear it. Not anymore hunni!
Coco Note: How often do we buy something new and tuck away in our closets until the “perfect moment” or the “right occasion”? Every day is an occasion darling! Be fabulous everyday ;)
I love the scalloped detail at the top of the lace overlay on this skirt. It compliments the subtle scalloped seams in the skirt. I also think the lace trim that extends past the hem of the skirt is a great detail. It adds delicacy and femininity to the skirt.
Normally you’d probably pair a skirt that flares out with a slim top or a peplum top with a slim skirt, but why not add some interest and dimension to your outfit by pairing a circle skirt with a top that also flares out, like a peplum!
Coco Note: You might be scared that adding flare onto flare will make you look like a cake-topper or a pear, but adding a top like a peplum, which cinches in the waist before flaring out at the hip, accentuates a feminine shape. For my slim chicks, this can give you the illusion of a little bit of hip! For my thicker snickers, a look like this will give you a smaller waist and balance your bust and hips with a wider bottom.
I chose this black peplum top to keep the color palette simple and because the jeweled neckline made the look even more interesting.
It was pretty cold so I also added a gold and black Pashmina (scarf) to keep me warm and because I was going to be in church.
Again, I kept the makeup and accessories simple: my watch, nude pumps and a nude clutch.
Top: Bisou Bisou from Sears
Shoes: Call It Spring
Clutch: Call It Spring
How are you guys spending your Sunday?