WHAT TO WEAR: Brunch

Brunching isn’t always done in style, but when you’ve got a classy ticket to a rooftop restaurant in the city, it forces one to rethink the fedora and comfy boyfriend jeans. Dress yourself up like a socialite for your Sunday morning mimosas with both classic and trendy pieces from your closet.

Being comfortable is still key at brunch time, but that can still be accomplished when dressing up for that fancy rooftop midmorning meal. Grab a flowing top that won’t constrict you if you decide to have another biscuit. This Fashionista’s sheer, flowing top with a slit in the front is perfect for the extra biscuit situation. This fabric and style has also been in boutiques and on the runways for many season, so it’s becoming a classic staple that one must have. The material is also cool in the heat, but dressy enough to fit with the outfit.

The extra oomph of dressiness comes with the skirt and heels. This Fashionista’s skirt with muted colors aquamarine and glacier gray from Pantone’s spring 2015 color forecast makes the outfit more glamorous than bright colors would. The simplicity of the colors in the outfit makes it look clean and put together. The nude strappy heels are a major go-to in my book for any outfit, and they also bring a little of the ‘70s trends to the look.

To top it off, this Fashionista is part of the designer bag style tribe. Her kate spade cross-body bag is the perfect little accessory for this outfit since the colors blend to complete the simple color palette of the outfit. Keeping everything clean and simple makes the outfit very appropriate for brunching on the weekend.

One Simple Change: If you’re not too tipsy from the mimosas and have errands to run, switch your heels for your Converse to prevent your feet from screaming at you later. Skirts and Converse are always a casual-cool combo for a day on the run.