Floral skirts are a summer essential
Which gal doesn’t love a floral skirt? The print reminds of summer, great smell, love, beauty, you name it. And, yes, floral prints may be romantic. Unfortunately, exactly this fact makes anything floral a risky item to wear at the office. It may be because romantic is often associated with dreaming, naive, inexperienced, young woman. Over 40 it’s often associated with conservative and not-up-to-date. It looks like a no-win situation.
In my opinion, romantic is just a great personal style that looks best on certain women. It’s the on-viewer’s own fault and injustice to make the wrong conclusion. And s/he may be pretty astonished when the “romantic woman” plays hardball. A great camouflage. Anyhow.
To play it safe, go either for abstract floral prints at the office or tough them up.
Hawaiian floral print in camouflage colors
Hawaiian prints are a classic and the flowers are typically abstract. The print of this skirt looks like camouflage on first view. The A-line cut is classic too and hence office appropriate.
Styling a floral skirt for Casual Friday
A while ago, I wrote a post about how I made this skirt from a shirt. See the post at the link, in case you missed it. For that post, I styled it with a purple blouse for the office. On casual Friday, I paired it with a blush pink utility jacket. Blush pink and olive shades colors look always great together.
Wear a biker coat instead of a blazer
Unless you are in the corporate world, a blazer can be often substituted by a chic leather jacket. Here I went with my white one, but for a going out look. The color is perfect for summer and it occurs in the print of the skirt. Black and white is always a great idea. Thus, adding a black shirt and black sandals toughen the floral print up.
You can find another look of a floral print skirt with a leather jacket in the post at the link.
I really love my DIY upcycled shirt. Guess what? I made another one from one of the other hand-me down shirts. Stay tuned to see it.
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Welcome to the 164th Top of the World Style linkup party
The party has three awards Top of the World OOTD Readers’ Fav, and My Fav plus the Top of the World Style Winner. However, when you want to get a free feature asap to promote your blog and grown your audience and exposure, and don’t want or can’t wait to win a feature apply to co-host the party.. All you will have to do is to implement the code into your post, and promote the party on your social media. I will you the code on the weekend before the party. Co-hosts also get a cool button to display on their blog on their featured page or in their sidebar.
The awardees of this party are Debbie, Charlotte, Lesley, Jodie and Monika. Sorry, Nancy 😉 🙁 ! Now you are curious? See how it plays out.
Jodie, Charlotte, and Lesley were the readers’ favorite at the last party. No, Nancy didn’t quit. Find out why she is missing and Lesley jumped in at Jodie’s Touch of Style. Jodie has a great tip how to prevent that your kimono slips off your shoulder. Pin it to your top. How smart! I do that with scarves.
I love Monika’s idea to wear a faux fur vest in summer. So edgy! Monika is the personal style blogger at Style Is My Pudding. Monika is a hardcore shopper and fashion fan. She works at a veterinary clinic, i.e. has to wear a uniform. No wonder that she is all about “dressing up” when off-duty. Eclectic, edgy, everyday ensembles are her game; she wears what she wants and really owns it. She keeps an eye on current trends and shares her outfit ideas with “style-obsessed women who refuse to fall behind when it comes to looking and feeling our most confident, attractive selves!!”
Debbie won the Top of the World Style award. She is the fashion blogger at Fashion Fairy Dust. On her blog, she shares her love of fashion, styling tips for real life, and her often humorous view on life. For her, fashion means expressing who she is, and an opportunity to share her fashion love with the world every day. Her goal is to inspire women of all ages to dress to feel beautiful and happy. She is opposed to obeying antiquated societal expectations that dictate how women should dress. She says
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