Why You Need An Embroidered Skirt In Your Wardrobe! - Paint The Town Chic

Why You Need An Embroidered Skirt In Your Wardrobe!

Patterns & Pops Tee, old | Mesh Embroidered Skirt (found in Ross Stores, but linked other options below) | Charlotte Russe Booties, old | Crossbody (found in Ross Stores)

Photos by Phillip/Deadshot Profiles

Guys, it's May!  Where has the time gone? April was so busy with the launch of Seed Phytonutrients for work and helping plan the PHLBloggers Blog Connect conference (more on this to come!)  I had to take a break from blogging for a bit but my goal is to be more consistent starting this month!

Let's talk fashion.  I've had this outfit for a while to share with you, and I am absolutely still loving embroidered skirts.  What's not to love about this feminine style with colorful details.  I found my skirt at Ross and it was love at first sight, but I linked some other gorgeous options including some spring pastels.

The best part about the embroidered skirt - it can be styled in so many ways.  The versatility allows for it to be dressed up or down depending on the occasion.  I wanted to share 3 of my favorite ways to wear them...

3 Ways To Style An Embroidered Skirt
  • Edgy: A graphic tee, moto jacket and booties will give your outfit a little edge that's perfect for transitioning from day to night!
  • Dressy: An OTS blouse and heels dress the skirt up just enough to wear for work or a special event.
  • Casual: A slouchy sweatshirt/tee and Keds make this the perfect casually put together look for a weekend brunch!

Shop Embroidered Skirts

I would love to know how you would style this type of skirt for spring!

4 comments

  1. Love it! Beautiful photos, too!

    Christine
    ADVENTURESOFAPILOTWIFE.COM

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  2. You're adorable. Love how you're building a blogger community in your area too!

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  3. Embroidered skirts with an edge sounds right up my alley. I’d definitely pair it with a leather jacket.

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  4. I love your style ! the skirts are to dye for x

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