4 Ways to Style a Blush Skirt

I am all about blush right now. If it's blush, I probably want it, or own it. Back in November, I fell in love with a blush skirt from Brandy Melville, and for some reason, I didn't buy it. I went months thinking about it, looking at it on their site, but never buying because those shipping prices were NOT my friend. When I went to California in early March, I came across it again and bought it. Needless to say, I was a happy girl. 

I have always been that girl that loved to buy skirts and dresses - but never wear them. So, I was on a mission. I wanted to create outfits I could pair with this skirt so I had no excuse to let it sit in my closet like a trophy. I was going to wear this skirt.

I first decided to venture out and find a way to wear this skirt when it was still a bit chilly outside. I decided to pair it with a gray turtleneck, and I figured if I had to, I could throw on some sheer tights as well to keep my legs a bit warmer, although (luckily) the weather in Utah has picked up a little bit. A pair of boots can easily tie this outfit together. Although, you could add necklaces too.

Jean jackets are a closet staple. Seriously, if you don't have one INVEST! They look good with everything! This one is from Michael Kors, and it is my all time favorite. I paired my blush skirt with a jean jacket, black tank top, and some layered necklaces. I found that without the necklaces the outfit looked somewhat blah. The necklaces helped break it up. I am loving Katie Waltman Jewelry, (and her clothes!) and these necklaces were a perfect add. And as a tip, when layering necklaces, always layer in threes! 

I love the look of band t-shirts, especially this one. Something about them looks so effortless and edgy. I always try to buy mine one size too big so I can tie them in the front. I specifically wore it tied, but they look great tucked in as well! When tucking them in, make sure it lays flat under the skirt so it doesn't cause any bunching, I mean who wants fake love handles? I paired mine with my favorite brand of baseball caps and some bracelets. You can't go wrong with layering bracelets when wearing a band t-shirt. 

Lastly, this one is for those who love to dress girly. I'm with you on this one! There's something so cute and feminine about a delicate top and a cute skirt. Pastel colors are so flattering and spring is a perfect time to start trying them out. If the top is loose on you, you can easily tuck it in or leave it out! Both can create a flattering look.

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While this skirt is from Brandy Melville, their sizing is an enemy, so I have found a few other skirt options (with actual sizing). This one from MinkPink has buttons on the front, but comes in this pink color. A great place to try and find some is Forever 21. They have a ton of options, some of which I have linked below. 

Don't forget to comment and let me know which outfit is your favorite!

Topshop High Rise Corduroy Miniskirt

Forever 21 Corduroy Miniskirt

Forever 21 Frayed Denim Miniskirt

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