Have you given in to wearing maxi skirts yet? They are as comfortable as wearing PJs.
They are great for fall as your legs stay warm. If it is extra cold you can layer some tights and boots underneath.
This is one of those pieces that I stumbled across while thrifting where it is entirely possible I let out a little squeal when I found it, a floral embroidered velvet maxi skirt.
Floral + embroidery? YES!
I’m telling you right now this will not be making an appearance in my Vintage Etsy store. Not until I tire of it at least.
Have you been watching West World? I’m addicted to that show and have a feeling I may have been inadvertently influenced by the costume design. Yes it’s western wear, but I’m talking more about the shapes of the clothing. A long skirt on the lower half and a tighter bodice is so flattering. I find it very feminine. It is a silhouette I repeat often.
I wore this out to a recent blogger meet-up where I had the chance to meet Deborah and Lona. It was great to meet some 40+ blogger’s from Ontario. There aren’t many of us out this way.
It was interesting as we each have very specific unique senses of style, totally different from each other.
Sorry folks, I was a very bad blogger and didn’t take any photos. None of us did. I guess we were all taking a day off.
Here are some other ways to style a maxi skirt for fall.
Pleated skirt on left currently for sale in my Etsy Store.
Olive Green Maxi Skirt In Suede For Sale – waist 27″
Some of these maxi skirts don’t fall all the way to the ground. It makes it much easier to walk, especially when going up or down stairs. They aren’t quite as elongating when worn a bit shorter but you are far less likely to do a face plant.
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