I'm laughing because Mother Nature has a strange sense of humour. Just as I thought that winter was behind us, we get hit with a massive storm in Toronto that covered the city in a sheet of ice. Well played, Mother Nature. Well played. Just because the weather outside is frightful at the moment, it won't stop my momentum towards spring dressing. Take this gorgeous floral pencil skirt from Canadian designer Rachel Sin - I don't think that you could get a more seasonal appropriate piece! Paired with a chambray shirt and some animal print pumps, this skirt looks equally stunning from day to night with the addition of a leather moto jacket. Winter weather be gone - bring on spring!
|Floral Skirt - Rachel Sin, Chambray shirt - H&M, Pumps - Marshalls|
Bag - Rebecca Minkoff
I've got serious floral fever with the digitized print of this skirt. I love how it almost looks like embroidery - such a cool detail!
This crazy weather may have me laughing, but this floral skirt means serious spring-dressing business. What piece in your closet makes you most excited for spring? Do you have crazy weather where you live? Let me know!
Such a lovely skirt!ReplyDelete
Mother Nature is really messing with us these days. I'm keeping my winter boots out just in case, but I'm really looking forward to being able to wear regular shoes to work instead :P
Kris | Love. Loft. Life.
I totally agree Kris. I hope that spring is on it's way soon!Delete
That skirt is beautiful! I'm loving it paired with those shoes !ReplyDelete
lee - leethrifts.com
Thank you so much Lee! I love mixing florals with animal prints!Delete
This floral skirt is just gorgeous! I love it with the chambray top!ReplyDelete
Abby of Life in the Fash Lane
Thank you so much Abby! So glad that you like the outfit xoDelete
That skirt is so gorgeous, so perfect for spring!ReplyDelete
Such a lovely look :) I love the contrast of the big black leather bag and the girly floral skirt.ReplyDelete
I love the chambray shirt with a pencil skirt. Such a fun way to mix the formality of pieces! The print on the skirt is seriously to die for - I love the embroidery effect!ReplyDelete
Thank you Nadia! I'm so into the print of this skirt as well - perfect for Spring!Delete