Thursday, December 15, 2016

From Summer to Winter Midi skirt

Happy Thursday Everyone 😃 the weekend is almost here. It's freezing in my city and the temperature is going to drop even more this weekend with lots of snow. This post is on how to wear your summer pieces in the cold season or Winter. The key to do this is always the change of accessories as we all already know by now. I wore this Ann Taylor pineapple print midi skirt a couple of times in the summer and blogged about it HERE. This piece by all indications,  is definitely a summer piece at least judging by the print. This midi skirt was a huge hit in the stores and online because it sold out pretty quickly. Fast forward to last Sunday when we had a huge snow storm and I reached for the skirt again 😂

I have a couple of winter or heavy fabric skirts in my closet that I could have worn to church last Sunday but I was determined on wearing this particular skirt so I whopped out my winter accessories; this DIY faux fur snood, my knit sweater dress (worn as top) and over the knee boots. I completed the look with a blue long coat which is not shown in these pics and I was comfy and chic! Don't you think? wink!! Thanks so much for reading.


        Skirt: Ann Taylor / Top: (dress worn as top) Victorias secret / Boots: Chinese Laundry / Faux fur snood: DIY



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  1. Very stylish look ) Thanks for sharing )

  2. Fabulous look and you are werking that closet like a champ. Happy Holidays!!

  3. This is so beautiful. I have always wanted to get my pictures taken in the snow. Tropical fruit during the winter is just refreshing to see. I love the color combo, Beauty. You look charming.

    1. Aaww, thanks a lot Nerline..:-) You are so sweet.


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