Hello there! Sorry I’ve been a little MIA. I got back from an awesome vacation in Thailand (keep an eye out for those posts!) right before Thanksgiving and my body took a bit longer than my usual to recover. Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving and are continuing to enjoy the Holidays!
Now that I’m caught up on sleep (for the most part), I’m trying to play catch up in everything else. You can say this post is the sequel to my previous little slip dress post. The skirt version of the silky, ’90s vibes trend has also made it’s own comeback for the fashion books! Making it easy to transform your basic white tee to a chic, effortless look, the slip skirt is a must have wardrobe staple.
This entire look (jacket, top, and skirt) is from one of my favorite go to stores, Intermix. They offer a great selection of contemporary and designer items along with their own affordable label. I get asked often where I like to shop, without fail Intermix is always one of my go-to answers.
In reminiscent of the ’90s, I was excited to wear this skirt with a cropped denim jacket for the cooler nighttime temps. This boxy Ksubi cropped denim is a modern variation of the popular ’90s more fit-and-flare denim cropped jacket. The distressed, unfinished hem makes it one of my fav go to denim jackets right now. The white top is by The Range which is a great label for basics that aren’t so basic. The top is boxy and loose so I tied it in a front knot for a more slim silhouette to balance the boxy fit of the Ksubi jacket.
So I do have a confession to make about this post…when I first saw this skirt, I really wanted it but I was trying to be on financially good behavior (I know my friends are laughing at me right now) and convinced myself I didn’t need it at the moment. Then enter these beautiful René Caovilla heels. I caved and bought the skirt to wear with these shoes. Appropriately named, the Cleo Chandelier sandal adds a touch of fancy to this ’90s inspired look.
If keeping it more causal and comfy, opt for a pair of white sneakers sneakers instead!
Anyone else buy an outfit to match a new pair of shoes? I know I’m guilty!