When I feel like I’m running out of clothes in my closet, or that I’ve been wearing the same pieces over and over again I try and mix things up and wear combinations that I haven’t tried yet. I’ve worn this skirt from the Altuzarra for Target collaboration a number of times but never as an outfit with all different shades of green. I love pattern mixing and this new scarf I received from a colleagues recent trip to India was the perfect addition. I love mixing animal print with floral patterns and this green snakeskin skirt worked perfectly with my teal green crop top and blue/green floral scarf. You might not think that crop tops are appropriate for work but paired with the right pieces I don’t see a problem with it. I tend to wear crop tops with either a high-waisted skirt or pants or layering over a longer top, as to not show my stomach; no matter if it’s worn to work or on the weekend. I’m not big on showing a lot of skin unless I’m on the beach in my bikini, but that’s just me. A small peek of skin isn’t bad. This DSquared2 crop is a little long on me so rather than barely graze over the top of my skirt, it overlaps just slightly which helps when it comes to making this look work appropriate. Sticking with the same color pallet in this case shades of green is also a great way to not call too much attention to that fact that you’re wearing a crop to to the office.
So what do you think, would you give this look a try at work?
Top: DSquared2. Skirt: Altuzarra for Target, no longer available, love this skirt as an alternative. Scarf: Gifted from India, love this floral print scarf. Necklace: c/o Kendra Scott. Boots: Kenneth Cole Reaction, sold out, similar option. Handbag: Rebecca Minkoff. Ring: Vita Fede. Arm Party: Nadri | Vita Fede | Lucien Piccard diamond watch, been eyeing this rose gold one.
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