OutFIGHT of the Day: how to wear a leather fringe skirt on a hot winter day
How would you wear a typical winter piece of clothing like a leather fringe skirt on a hot Brazilian day?
I love winter because it opens up a whole new bunch of options of things to wear, and even on the warmer days (which are pretty frequent down here!), we can put on pieces like leatherskirts and darker prints, both of which I find really cute!
I decided to start out pairing the H&M leather fringe skirt with a simple white button-down shirt from Banana Republic, and even though I liked the combo, I felt like it was missing a little something extra.
So I figured I’d undo the buttons and simply wear it crossed over on the front, a styling trick I love that makes any button-down look more stylish! Oh, and here’s a useful little piece of 411: I pin the shirt closed with a safety pin from the inside – gotta keep these boobies in check! And I like to let a little tiny piece of my bra show if I’m wearing a cute, “showable” one!
When it came time for the shoes I went straight for the nude Schutz sandals, and even though I liked how it all looked, I felt that it missed the point of being a winter look, even though it was a warm day.
To get back to the wintery mood, I changed into my zebra Aldo pumps that are not only super cute but also made of a furry material, a big hit for this winter. Score!
I wanted to add some color to the look, so I picked up my bright yellow bag from Accessorize and bam! Color it was! But still, I wasn’t thrilled. Maybe a mix of prints?
So I went for my absolute favorite of the moment, the Aldo envelope clutch full of prints. Love it! The black and white stripes went super well with the zebra print, and everything went awesome with the colorful flowers.
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