The Anti-Spring Outfit
A flirty skirt, a floral top, and nude ballet flats may conjure up images of the quintessential spring outfit but the reality couldn’t be further from the truth!
Today I took all the staples of warm weather wear and came up with what I’d like the think is the anti-spring outfit.
My hair is more or less dictating my outfits these days and, because of the length & color, edgier styles are becoming the norm.
This hairstyle is one I featured in a video tutorial I made about a year ago. It’s one of my favorite ways to wear my short hair on warm days. It’s nowhere near ponytail length yet so this is the next best thing!
How this outfit came to be is pretty cool to me.
I went through my closet and pulled out everything I thought looked “edgy” and hung it up in a separate place. Then I went through the separated clothes and found this floral sleeveless shirt and leopard print skirt hanging near one another.
Not in a million years would I have paired them together myself, but I’d like to think they put themselves together. It’s like the classic tale of Toy Story except with clothes that come alive at night and arrange themselves into outfits. Or maybe it was just a happy accident…
The studded nude flats were a recent buy from a Payless BOGO sale and I think they tie everything together perfectly. They’re not very comfortable, right now, but I’m sure I’ll wear them enough in the warmer months to really break them in!
I don’t have any influence on fashion but maybe we can deem leopard print the new floral for spring? Now that is groundbreaking!
How are you breaking old style rules this season? Or do you not even care about the season, you rebel!
Thrifted skirt, $1.25
Payless nude studded flats, $15
Outlet store floral top, $5
Round GirlProps sunglasses, .99 cents
Wal-Mart pearl back flower earrings, .75 cents
Rimmel London lipstick in Bordeaux