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A Feminine and Sassy Skirt

My husband sees me in a wide variety of outfits. He gets bum clothes the most, but he also gets to see all the types of dressed-up. And when he saw this one?

Oh. like this one!”

What a boy;).

LuLaRoe Cassie Skirt and Rose Gold Toms

LuLaRoe Cassie Skirt and Rose Gold Toms LuLaRoe Cassie Skirt and Rose Gold Toms
LuLaRoe Cassie Skirt and Rose Gold Toms
LuLaRoe Cassie Skirt and Rose Gold Toms Rose Gold Toms LuLaRoe Cassie Skirt and Rose Gold Toms LuLaRoe Cassie Skirt and Rose Gold Toms LuLaRoe Cassie Skirt and Rose Gold TomsLuLaRoe Cassie Skirt c/o // Similar Old Navy Top // Similar Purse // Marley Lilly Necklace // Toms

I don’t have many items in my wardrobe as form-fitting as this one, but I definitely think this is a good addition. It makes me kind of sort of wish I had more opportunities to wear something like it, but I’m determined to style it in a teacher-appropriate way. I think a top tucked in the front but loose in the back would work! This would be my first choice, though, with a top tucked in like this.

Out of all the LuLaRoe pieces I received, this is the most patterned piece. Sabrina, one of the consultants I’m working with, selected it, and I don’t think I could have picked a more perfect pattern for myself. It’s the best combination of feminine and dainty and just a touch sassy. Confession. I might’ve worn this skirt around my house the other day while tidying up (Katherine Heigl in The Ugly Truth anyone?) #noshame.

This outfit could also be kicked up on the powerhouse scale by throwing on some heels, but I kind of like the vibe that Toms give it. It makes it so true to me and my style. With the addition of these, I now own more Toms than any other type of shoe. They are my ultimate go-to, and were almost my wedding shoes. But some pointed heels? I could dig that.

 Here’s to making it through half of the week, and being a few days closer to the weekend. Goodness knows I need it this week!

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