Friday, June 21, 2013

Easy Breezy Maxi Girl: How I style maxi skirts

Maxi skirts are my go-to outfit when I wanna dress up this summer. Which I have to admit I dress up basically everyday. Most maxis are made with light chiffon like fabrics. Also, I'm a big fan of jersey or stretchy skirts as well. They are the perfect lazy day outfit but still you look polished and put together. 

The Outfit: 
Outfit #1: This coral color skirt just screams summer. Bright colors with a basic tee or top is an easy way to have color without wearing neon from head to toe. Also, by having small details in your top like the added stones or tying it up to the side you can add a little bit of you into your outfit. 

Outfit #2: A classic color white shirt with a twist? I think yes! This shirt is basic but a must have for me! I wear it with practically everything. But, I especially like it with this teal sea foam green maxi skirt. Pairing simple shirts like this one with a statement necklace is a super easy way to add a little something special to your look. Statement necklaces are a major trend this summer and I think they will continue to be hanging around for the fall. I will admit I have a problem with buying these junky beauties but I definitely get my use out fo them. 

Outfit #3: This outfit is a lot like the first. Another basic top paired with a flowy maxi skirt. I paired this pink skirt with rose gold accents. Also, I added these adorable Melissa jelly sandals by Forever 21. When I saw this collaboration I definitely took advantage of it! I chose these soft pink owl sandals because they are neutral enough to wear with a lot of things but still fun for the summer. 

Where it's from: 
Outfit #1: 
Skirt: Aerie
Tank: H&M 
Bracelet: Brandy Melville 
Earrings: Macy's 

Outfit #2: 
Skirt: Forever 21 
Top: Forever 21 
Necklace: Flee Market 
Wedges: Guess from Macy's

Outfit #3 
Skirt: Forever 21 
Tank: American Eagle 
Belt: Forever 21 
Bracelets: (from left to right) ASOS, local boutique, and BCBG from Macy's
Shoes: Melissa for Forever 21 

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