Saturday 17 May 2014

OOTD - Blush Maxi Skirt

It's the start of a long weekend here in Canada, our Victoria Day weekend, and it's chilly! The temperature has taken a nose dive and we in Toronto must dress accordingly to save freezing off our behinds.  This poor blush maxi skirt - originally purchased to be a breezy summer outfit staple must again be paired with a long sleeved knit (seen here as well.)  What's a Noob to do other than plop on a floppy wool hat, grab a sweater and say a small prayer to the sun goddess for warmer weather to come soon.  Read on for additional outfit photos and details on how I styled this blush maxi skirt for the cooler weather.

Blush Maxi Skir - Forever 21 (similar),  Sweater - H&M (old)
Wool Floppy Hat - American Apparel,  Sunglasses - Karen Walker Number One

Am I the only one who goes through life with a constant hair elastic on their wrist?

Happy Victoria Day long weekend to all of my fellow Canadians out there! 



  1. Love that skirt, it's the perfect length. I actually love incorporating pastel into my winter wardrobe.
    xx Abby | a geek tragedy

    1. I love this skirt too - it's actually a little long, so the belt helps! I might try incorporating pastels more come next winter :)

  2. Such a pretty skirt, love the pastel color and the flowy material!

  3. I am in love with blush right now! I think it looks sophisticated, yet still gives off a girly vibe.

    (Also, I too go through life with a hair elastic on my wrist.)

    -Shelby Lee

    1. Blush is one of my favourites as well - so much so that I have to talk myself out of buying every piece of blush clothing I see!

      I'm glad that I'm not the only one with a contestant hair elastic on their wrist, haha!

  4. I absolutely love blush, pink original any pink variant!! This outfit is so perfect for sunny spring days... I love it to bits!! And so affordable!


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