Fall is approaching and I’m super excited about it. I’ve never been a big fan of summer. I love layers, tights, and boots. I also prefer skirts over pants no matter what the season, even in the dead of winter. I’ve realized something in the month that I haven’t posted. I take this blog too seriously. I look at clothes and recipes all day and for some reason I don’t think it’s ever good enough to post on this blog. Get used to me blogging whatever, and all I can do is hope you’re feeling it.
Back to Fall. Growing up I had an obsession with leather everything and I took that into my adulthood. My pockets won’t let me love real leather…and some brands won’t let me fit their leather pieces. Yet we still have options like Dorothy Perkins Fall Collection…I mean I want everything from there. I want the leather look without breaking my pockets this year, so I picked 6 Must have Faux Leather Skirts. I’ve pretty much managed to think of how I would wear each one of these, yet I will spare you the additional six Polyvore collages. The first skirt a Quilted Leather Mini would go well with a pair of ankle boots and my vintage Ringling Brothers tee…if it weren’t currently fitting like a smedium sized kid shirt. I love the Mini Asymmetrical skirt which I would wear with a loose fitting white tee and a textured leather jacket like this one from Asos Curve check out the arm detail! The ponte wrap skirt is my favorite skirt out of the bunch, more than likely I would love to pair this with a fun light v neck sweater in a cream color and ankle boots. I’d layer it with gold necklaces. I found a ton of cheapie ones from Forever 21. The Skater Skirt looks real enough to me and I could see myself tucking any one of the tees that I currently have for a casual look or tucking in a few of my dressier shirts and a pair of boots for an edgy look. I’d even throw a cute blazer that I have with Leather like lapels on and a fun pair of heels. The other Skater Skirt next to it only has trim but I’ve pretty much treat it the same way. Now! The classic pencil skirt. What a beauty, the possibilities are endless. Classic White Button up, a fun initial sweater, or even a vintage band tee from an etsy shop.
Dorothy Perkins offers all of these skirts in sizes 2 to 18, which is a great range for the variety of clothing they have. I love that they go up to 18 in trendier clothing instead of making a totally different collection in plus. No shade. Tell me which one is your favorite and how would you rock it? ….YESSS give me visuals!
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