When it comes to my summer and spring wardrobe, I tend to play with bold colors and prints. It’s the perfect time to shed your winter color palette. This skirt does just that.
I love that this skirt has a pencil cut. It makes this skirt more sophisticated. When you are playing with bold colors like the skirt, the style and cut are very important, because if you can look childish or silly in the look. You want to find chic pieces to your wardrobe. You want it to seem effortless.
So you found a bold piece that you love. Then you get home, and it just sits in your closet, because you don’t know how to style it. Then this wonder piece ends up in goodwill or yard sale with the tag still on it. Don’t stress! The key is to find a piece that compliments the bold pattern. For this skirt, I wanted two subtle ways to wear it, then one loud way you could style it.
The first look is the skirt pair with this black one-piece with black accessories. By keeping the color running throughout the outfit, grounds the boldness of the look. The gold in the belt plays off the gold in the skirt. I kept my jewelry simple because I wanted more of a subtle look.
The second look is still stubble, but it plays more with color. I decided to play off the blue in the skirt since most of the colors are in the warm tones. The coolness of the blue helps to offset that. I went with a nude as my neutral for the accessories but added the pop of blue with the earrings.
The last look is my favorite. I love that this skirt has a matching top. The black belt breaks up the prints, without overpowering the look. The simple black pumps keep the focus on the bold colors in the tops and skirts.
The possibilities are endless. Another fun way to wear this skirt is with white sneakers, graphic t, and a blue jean jacket. Just find a piece that works for your style and wardrobe. Remember! Don’t be afraid of playing with bold colors in your closet. You can shop some of my favorite bold pieces below.no products