Vintage printed maxi skirts. I own a handful of these ladies and find them to be a quite convenient piece. Any gal can appreciate the ease and comfort of a vintage skirt with tons of movement. This skirt is particularly airy, due to it’s wrap shape, creating a high slit. I travel with this baby a lot since I can dress it up or down and it’s poly so not much wrinkling.
Most of these pieces are things I have worn a handful of times or styled with so it’s their turn to go to a new home. I’ll be adding links to where the items can be found, either on my Depop or Etsy account or the brand’s website it it is a new item.
I chose to wear this skirt on a day wandering around LA with my buddy Champagne. We were headed to a blogger brunch for a new line and I like to eat, so I wanted to be comfortable. Because the skirt has such a bold pattern and color combo, I feel it looks best paired with black. My tattoos can tend to be distracting when I wear prints so I typically dumb down the print clash with neutral simple complimentary pieces. The day started gloomy but was destined to warm up so I styled the skirt over a black bodycon dress so I could take it off if it got too hot. Downtown LA makes me grumpy when I’m hot.
I’ve worn TUK creepers since I was in middle school. It is one of the few decisions I made then that I’m sticking with now! These shoes are a forever favorite for me.
skirt: Goldstruck Goods Vintage // dress layered under: Mink Pink – buy mine on Depop HERE // jacket: pre-owned I scored at Goodwill // bag and beret: vintage- coming soon to Goldstruck Goods // shoes: TUK // jewelry: cuffs: The2Bandits, ring: Elizabeth Stone Jewelry necklaces: vintage gold chains
Ramen with my dude. comfy, but felt like showin’ a lil leg. We have some exciting changes headed our way and we’re mapping a few things out. I am feeling both sentimental and excited, which also translated into my outfit. ** Super VAUGUE alert** You’ll hear more about this soon.
Hoops and vintage tees have never let me down.
skirt: Goldstruck Goods Vintage // jacket: vintage that I patched // tee and backpack: vintage // bracelet: an old one from H&M // rings: Bony Levy , Pamela Love LBC ring I picked up at Anneise downtown Long Beach // shoes: purchased a while back from Dolce Vita
Skirts like this beg for all the attention. As mentioned above, I like to let patterns speak on their own and like this skirt best when it is left to shine on it’s own. Prints can get competitive, ya know.
skirt: Goldstruck Goods Vintage // bodysuit: American Apparel I found for $8 on Depop// hat: Lack of Color // shoes: recycled Mossimo ( Target) I found at Goodwill// cuff: Lucky Brand my badass cousin bought me