Mary Quant (credited with creating the mini-skirt) turned 80 in Feb, this post was a long time coming. Back in the day, the mini was about rebellion and wearing one meant you didn’t follow the rules. The present day, and the mini is a wardrobe staple. From denims, to corduroy, sequins and tweed, the choices are abundant. I came across this bandage mini skirt in black and immediately realized how versatile this piece could be. Although, it doesn’t fit me as well now due to the weight I’ve lost, but I still love wearing it. In Summer, you could wear this with a simple tee and a scarf and flip flops. During the colder months, pair it with tights and boots. I’ve paired mine with a simple ivory top, fucshia heels and a clutch and statement necklace to match. Party ready!
SKIRT: M&S | TOP: Mango | SHOES: M&S | CLUTCH: A gift | STATEMENT NECKLACE: A gift from the bestie
Bought this pair of Pajama pants ages ago but just got around to doing an outfit post featuring it. If you’re stuck in a style-rut (Like I am now,) this look is a no-brainer. Comfortable, yet high on style, these pants work effortlessly for day if paired with a tailored or fitted top and a pair of heels. If you are petite, you can wear a roomier top like I’ve done and get away with it, but this look is best when worn with a fitted one.
I’ve always loved 60’s and 70’s fashion but hardly ever tried to adapt it to modern times. Hopefully, this pair of palazzo’s will do just that. Loved the feel and flow of the palazzo pants. Palazzo’s are more of a casual piece of clothing when worn with wedges or chunky sandals. If you’re going for a dressier look, opt for pants in a solid dark hue and pair them with high heeled sandals or pumps.