There’s nothing easier than a pretty A-line high waisted skirt and a bralet. This H&M one has never disappointed me – it’s been so, so good to me I think I might just buy it a cupcake. The sheer mesh, bustier-like details make wearing a bra unnecessary, and the perfect amount of edge is injected into any of the many sheer blouses out right now. I pulled this skirt out of the deep depths of my closet the other day. I bought it when super wide belts were still in; hence the big, unoccupied belt loops in the photos.
A-line skirts are some of the most flattering pieces – they make you feel sweet, girly and frilly. It’s certainly a transition from the harem-esque pants, boyfriend jeans or cut-off denim I live in in the afternoon.
I found this ring on Canal street near Broadway. I was immediately drawn to the peacock printed center – it’s a bold ring for a nice pop. The bracelets are handmade (except for the plug) – the translucent beads are from Hunnie Rae, who designs jewelry for ELli Amor. The gold and green one was made and gifted by my friend Heather. I like to keep crafty friends around me – sources of inspiration, and who wouldn’t love handmade jewelry as gifts? :D
Say hello to this Kate Spade beauty.
Wearing: Vintage cardigan // Forever21 skirt // Michael Antonio Studio heels // H&M bralet // Kate Spade handbag // Marc Jacobs wishbone necklace // BCBGeneration tooth necklace