Posted by Jalisa on Jun 11, 2015 under


Tank: Cynthia Rowley {Marshalls- similar style here) | Skirt: Darling {c/o of RedLight PR- similar style here} | Knuckle ring {Kendra Scott c/o Reward Style- here) Clutch {old- similar style here} | Shoes: Fergie {old- similar style here}

Hey Everyone! 

Today's look is one the consists of all nude, with a small pop of green. I love this skirt, it's so feminine and perfect for this time of year, since it's not heavy, although it does kind of look like it is; I feel pleated dresses or skirts make the pieces look heavier, I don't know, maybe it's just me. I decided to pair it with a nude tank and shoes to create the monochromed look I was going for. What's so funny is that after I got dressed and headed out the door, I thought to pair it with a different top, but by then it was too late for me to go back and change. I'm sure I'm not the only one this happens to, lol!  

Longer skirts (mid thigh-maxi style) that have pleats look great on bottom curvy women, such as the pear and hourglass shapes, as they can help to narrow out the hips, if that's what's desired. For the apple and rectangular shapes, I would suggest a shorter version because I feel that shorter skirts with pleating adds some width to the hip area, again, if you'd like to create that effect. For that reason, I personally stay clear of those styles because I love my hips the way there are and don't want to make them appear any larger; it just makes my top section look oddly small. 

Here's a style I'd suggest for either the apple or rectangular shapes, which can be found here

What do you think of an all nude look for spring/summer? When it comes to shoes, if you haven't watched my video on selecting the perfect nude shoe for your skin-tone, I suggest you watch it (here), I'm sure you'll learn something knew and beneficial; thank you in advance for watching and for stopping by the blog! 



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