January 6, 2013

1 skirt 8 different ways


A few of you asked how I would style this chevron skirt from Target. Here are some different, every day looks. I think a lot more can be worn with it. As I mentioned yesterday, the only down fall of this skirt is the material. It sticks to your body, therefore, a slip is necessary. Or if you know how to sew, adding a permanent slip would be the best option. 



Picture 1 and 2 are same outfit, just the bag is worn differently. 
Denim Shirt: Target (old)(similar-20% off w/ code "2SSYAN) //  Striped Top: F21 (similar here)


The great thing about this skirt is, you can wear it with boots, pumps, flats and sandals. 

Blazer 1: Lauren Conrad via Kohl's (old) (nice option here)
Navy blazer: Marshalls (old) (similar here)
White Blazer: Marshalls (recent) (similar option)




Riding boots: Tory Burch // Suede boots: SoleSociety (last day of BOGO free)
Chain Necklace: t+j Designs c/o // Chunky necklace: BaubleBar (will be included in upcoming giveaway)


You can always wear a scarf instead of a necklace 
Necklace: BaubleBar (no longer available)
Scarf: H&M (old)


What do you ladies think? Which look is your favorite? 





39 comments:

  1. My favorite is definitely the choice with the belted cardigan and statement necklace. SO cute!

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  2. I went to Target today and saw the skirt, but like you said it's way too thin. Why would they do that to such a beautiful skirt? I tried to look for that polka dot shirt you posted and the people at Target said they have never seen it. :(

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  3. I love this post! I hope you can sew a slip into it, it does look really sheer. I think the last 2 looks are my favorites.

    -AJ
    FitTravelerAJ.blogspot.com

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  4. I came across you blog a couple weeks ago. I love the outfits. My favorite is about the belted cardigan and my second would be the 1st one with the blazer.

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  5. When you face booked this, I immediately thought "chambray" shirt, so that's my favorite look. I also would consider pairing it with a cable knit navy or cream sweater with boots, and I can't wait to style it for summer too. Ordered, and thanks for sharing this. Love your new FB page!

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  6. I love the last look with the infinity scarf and white button down. Classic, but with a slight twist. I'm on a January "no-buy", but am considering breaking it (slightly!) for this skirt. I just love chevron, even though the skirt does look really thin.

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  7. I LOVE this skirt! I really love it with the denim shirt, and with the button-down and cardigan!
    I am going to have to pick this up next time I'm at Target!

    oneand20.blogspot.com

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  8. Love it Lilly! You are really creative at styling. I love each look! I can't wait to see you wear it!

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  9. Where is your dress form from?!

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  10. I like the blue stripped top with this skirt. It makes a nice contrast.

    http://charmemodeblog.blogspot.com/

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  11. Nice! I'm surprised that you can get so many outfits from one skirt! Thanks for the inspiration! :)

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  12. CUTE! Amazing, amazing amazing :)

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  13. Mary Jane1/06/2013

    Kirkland's has a sick sequined dress form.

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  14. LOVE the look with the belted cardi & boots!
    cute!

    xo - heather
    This Life Is Yours Blog

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  15. I am glad I am not the only one with a mannequin at home LOL but these days my son prefers to push her through the upstairs....

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  16. such adorable outfits, lilly. i LOVE that skirt!

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  17. My favorite is the belted cardigan with the boots!! Just love all these looks... You make the skirt definitely worth the money!!

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  18. The blue stripe top is such a fun option. My favorite would be the belted cardi.

    Alice
    www.happinesstamidlife.com

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  19. These are all super great ideas! I love that you just showed us how you would wear them and we can gather inspiration from it!

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  20. All super cute :) What an awesome and creative way to put all of these different looks together! Great post, Lilly!
    XO
    Jessy
    www.fourseasonsstyle.blogspot.com

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  21. Very cute parings! It looks like you can't go wrong with orange + white or blue.

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  22. Wow...I love every outfits and you made me want to buy this skirt :)

    Smile On:)...Classy Pam

    http://classypam.blogspot.com

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  23. All of these looks are so cute. Especially the one with the medium blue striped top. Love.

    Also, I think it's about time for me to get a dress form. What a great idea.

    Heather

    http://polkadotsleopardspots85.blogspot.com/

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  24. Love it with the blue and white striped top!

    http://christineincolor.com

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  25. Absolutely love the one with the fitted white blazer that I think would add femininity to every outfit. I would of loved to seen you styling these clothes! Thanks for the visit :-)
    www.expressionthrustyle.com

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  26. Wow! I love the way you did this post. Did you get a manequin form thingy (what exactly is it called)? That is such a terrific idea.
    My favorites are all the ones with the chambray and then the one with the cream sweater, gold chain link necklace and boots. I do love them all tho!
    XO, Gina
    http://classyeverafter.blogspot.com

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  27. Great ideas! I think the last one is my favourite. Thanks for sharing.

    pjmscloset.blogspot.ca

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  28. I love posts like this! This skirt is adorable but I never would have been able to style it 8 different ways (I would have been happy with 3!) Thanks for the great inspiration- I've got the skirt and now a few ideas to go with it!

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  29. Love these looks, Lily! You did a great job - very inspiring :)

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  30. Super blog !
    Jette un coup d'oeil a mon blog, il est nouveau, besoin d'avis
    A bientot :)
    http://roki-blog.blogspot.fr/

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  31. Who knew a chevron skirt in a bold color could be so versatile. Love all the outfits you put together!

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

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  32. Anonymous1/07/2013

    AAHHH!! I'm in love. You have such a creative style. You could make this a regular on the blog. Feature an article of clothing and create new ways to style it.

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  33. I need that skirt!

    www.kacieskloset.blogspot.com
    www.daisyraeboutique.com

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  34. Love look #7. Very very cute. Liking #3 also but don't think I have enough guts or cool points to get away with it lol.

    Love the blog and your style :)

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  35. Anonymous1/08/2013

    I love #7 w/ the riding boots and sweater

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  36. wow I love how you paired this skirt with some basic staples. great blog im loving it!!

    www.smalltownchic47.blogspot.com

    xoxo, Cat (Small Town Chic Blog)

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  37. I love the denim shirt with the chevron skirt! Def. my fave!

    http://cupcakescashmerecocktails.blogspot.com/

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  38. Anonymous1/17/2013

    What a great idea~ I think you should do this more often. I love your outfits but sometimes have one piece but not the other (or can't find it) so this would give me more options!

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