August 30

Styling A Slip Skirt

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[outfit_section]Outfit Details:

J.Crew Sweater, Emerson Thorpe Skirt (similar here under $80), Tory Burch Sandals (last seen here), Gucci Bag [/outfit_section]


I’ve had my eye on a few slip skirts for a while and finally found one that I felt would fit really well into my style. While I love the look of a slip dress, I’ve always been a little hesitant about wearing one. I love the look, texture and luxe fabric that the satin adds to an outfit, especially for fall when paired with sweaters and chunky knits. Last year Vince had an array of slip skirts with corresponding oversized sweaters in similar colors- I loved the effortless look it created. This year, there are even more slip skirts coming out, like this cream satin one by Emerson Thorpe that I’m wearing, along with new colors by Vince, ones in beautiful fall colors like green and navy and other ones under $100, like here and here.





I initially was planning on wearing this skirt with a matching cream sweater, but ended up loving the contrast this navy sweater from J.Crew added. I love the balance of textures and the sweet touch of the bow detail to the look. Another outfit I want to create with this skirt is pairing it with a simple satin tank and adding a chunky cashmere cardigan over the top with boots for fall. And for an even more casual look, I’ll wear it with a plain white tee and my favorite blush sneakers.





I finished it off with these pearl embellished Tory Burch sandals that I last wore here. I still can’t get enough of pearl details for fall (see more of my favorite picks here) and have these waiting in my cart.




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