Pink Pleated Midi: Styled Two Ways
There is just something about a pleated midi skirt that is classic and perfect. Today on the blog I have a fabulous pink midi that I styled two ways.
Pleated Midi Details
The midi skirt I am wearing is from Chicwish and is perfect for fall. It is a great knit material and will be warm on cold weather days. It is the perfect length as well. You can wear it with heels, booties or boots and it still looks elegant. It is an A-line style, that I think is very flattering to most figures. The skirt also has an elastic waist, perfect for comfort.
Look 1: Plaid Button Up/Heels
The great thing about a midi skirt is that you can style it many different ways. You can be more casual or work wear with some simple changes. Today, I styled this pleated midi skirt with a fabulous button up from Grayson. I fell in love with their button ups when I met them at The Blog Societies Conference. They are a little pricey, but super comfortable. They are also made by women for women, which I love. I linked some other more affordable options for you too. When you add some gorgeous grey cutout heels it completes the look. Is there a better combo than grey and pink? I think not.
Look 2: Black Bodysuit/Booties
Look two is very simple, but also very classy. Bodysuits always remind me of high school, because I wore them all the time in the 90’s. They always look great because things stay in place and tucked in nicely. I have a lot of bodysuits, but I wanted simple for this look. I chose a black cutout one that adds some fun detail but is still very elegant looking. I added my buttery soft, leather, convertible booties from Jon Josef to finish the look. These booties are also pricey, but extremely well made. Again, I have some less expensive options for you below.
Thank you all for stopping by today to read. I hope that you all have a great start to your week. I have some other great looks and posts to share with you this week and I hope you are subscribing to my blog so you don’t miss anything!
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