On weekdays, students choose comfiness over making a statement. However, the weekend arrives and with it the will power to overcome the cold and pull out the skirts. Not even a blizzard can stop a girl from wanting to look her best on a date out with friends.
While I was walking the streets of Boston, baring the cold with a hot coffee in hand, I saw this Fashionista walking like a weather warrior and reminded me once again that I shouldn’t sacrifice my summery pieces just because of the weather. Moreover, I should rearrange the outfit according to the season.
She balanced out the crop top with tights underneath the skirt and booties. Also, she didn’t settle for leather. This Fashionista mixed her girly skirt with a suede camel jacket that gave the outfit a hippie and grungy vibe. Why settle for a predictable (yet, no less incredible) black leather jacket? Play with fabrics and colors to have a statement piece on your outfit! You can go for a suede baby pink jacket or even denim. The possibilities are endless.
Now, let’s be honest. This maxi skirt would totally make an impression when you are out with your friends. This Fashionista made me realize that I don’t have to wait for summer to rock my skirts. Because they have been in the fashion radar for seasons now, it is so easy to find them in different prints like floral or tie-dye, different fabrics like this pleated number, and for a skirt that screams va-va-voom this sequined maxi skirt is just for you.
Winter fashion does not consist on covered up pieces. Use your wardrobe all year long as long as you find a way to make it seasonal. Fashion equals creativity.
One Simple Change: Ditch the jacket and change the booties for heels and you’ll be ready for Girls’ Night Out!