I found a few midi skirts and dresses hiding in my closet. I had ordered them from ASOS a couple months ago when I ordered my black floral midi. It took ages to get here and I thought I had returned these, but ugh I guess I forgot and now it's too late! So I'm giving these clothes a second chance and making lemons into lemonade. Let me know if any of these look bad on me, if so I'd probably try to consign them. These are all size 6 (UK 10), but I also have all of these in one size down size 4 (UK 8) as well so let me know if you are interested in any of these before I head off to the consignment store!
I wore this outfit in #1/2 today. This ASOS midi skirt is very loud (a lot busier than it looked online when I ordered it)--hopefully it doesn't look too crazy! It's white with mustard yellow and black stripes in a big chevron pattern. I paired it with a black mock neck cashmere sweater from Nordstrom and my mustard cropped blazer from Anthro. And wore the Target Missoni black suede pumps with the taupe and beige zigzags across the foot and a rust orange Alexis Bittar pendant from Nordstrom. I felt kind of like a 70's bumblebee! Not my usual style but still fun to try. When I went to the dentist today he said "Nice outfit!" so it must not be all bad, right?
And here are some more ASOS midis (I wasn't planning to keep all of these when I ordered them, but oh well!), what do you think of them on me?
3-4. Vero Moda dress--this feels kinda 90's...brownish plum color with ditsy white floral print, high elastic waist, button up front with high neckline, long straight midi length. Do I look like a frumpy grandma or "Little House on the Prairie" in this? I think it looks a little better if I pose like a fashion model, LOL!
5. Thin black midi
6. Rust brown pleated midi
7. Black ponte belted midi (this is a little thicker weight than the one in #5)
Thanks for your comments and suggestions!
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