The Perfect Fall Denim Skirt

10/19/17


The weather has finally turned here in Austin and I'm finally getting to take out some of my cooler weather makes.  This front button midi denim skirt was one of my first Mimi G makes, you can see my original post about it here.  As I was going through my closet recently I saw this skirt and immediately thought of fall time.  This skirt is perfect for fall season because
you can add cute layers (fall time still gets warm Texas) and also show a little bit of skin without freezing your tushy off.  Here are three ways you can wear a denim midi length skirt (like this one) when the weather gets cooler:


This look is similar to my original post about this skirt, but this time I added a pop of color with this little coral shrug.  When layering with a high waisted skirt, make sure your top layer is a little cropped and doesn't fall below the hips otherwise it could look frumpy.





For this casual look, I tucked in a patterned tee and wrapped a light weight scarf around my neck.  The scarf has a very subtle pattern but does not over power the t-shirt, plus you can take it off when it gets too warm and still look stylish.  These faux suede wedges are comfy and great for running around town.





This last look can be more of an office/work look.  You can't go wrong with a white buttoned up blouse.  This shirt is a bit more fitted and structured so it looks cleaned up yet simple.  You could even add a belt.  I paired this look with some peep toe heels.  The cobalt blue add a little surprise to this dressed up look.


I highly recommend adding a piece like this to your closet.  It's so versatile and can be worn so many ways, just like a pair of nice jeans.  I really want to make this skirt again but this time with the recommended tencel denim that Mimi talks about in the tutorial.  Plus it would be great to get more practice making button holes and inserting denim buttons. ;)

What pieces are you looking forward to wearing a lot this fall?

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