A full midi skirt is a beautiful and fun alternative to regular midi or mini skirts. It’s volume and cut is very feminine and emphasizes the female silhouette.The 50’s charm can be a bit too fancy for a day-to-day look and I would like to show you a great combination that works!
The skirt by Dorothee Schumacher features a delicate flower print and a broad belt with silver hardware around the waist. Clearly, this skirt is the eyecatcher of the look and we don’t want to take the spotlight away from it… So I combined a plain white basic baseball top and tucked it in. The delicate silver necklace by Lilou compliments the silver hardware of the skirt and adds a bit of girly attitude to the grown-up look.
To make it even more playful and keep the 50’s atmosphere I combined the look with fun leo pumps which also feature a red bow.
This full midi skirt look is playful, flattering and suitable for daily use at the same time! Would you try it?
A Sunday brunch especially in the summertime Is a great opportunity to catch up with your friends and family and enjoy the day off from work (or gain strength for the coming one). I get lots of questions what to wear on this occasion. Either you feel like dressing down a bit and leave your office look at home or, you see It as an opportunity to leave the house with a sophisticated look. Well, let me tell you: you can have both at the same time.
The look I created on Dora Molina consists of a silk blouse which adds the certain chic vibe and simple skinny jeans. The blouse is also very young and fresh thanks to its light material and the modern, colorful print. Combined with the grey skinny jeans Is a versatile, sporty and Sunday brunch appropriate outfit.
I picked grey snake printed pumps with a bow detail on the tip to match (and not steal the show) with the colorful blouse and skinnies. If you had a busy week or looking for something more comfortable and relaxed you can also wear flats or even nice sneakers.
The secret behind this versatile Sunday brunch outfit Is to take the formality out of the blouse. Just tuck in the front and roll up your sleeves. Yes, It Is that simple!