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Green Wall :: High-low Skirt & Sheer Lace Top

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Ladies, do you remember the high-low skirt that got so popular last spring/summer? Do you think it’s still in style? Personally, I really don’t care if a style is still in the current trend or not because I’m wearing it for myself and not for the runway. The high-low skirts are ultra-versatile and feminine. They can function as sexy summer skirts or sassy date night skirts, depending on your accessories, top and shoes. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that these skirts also give an illusion of longer legs when you were them high-waisted, and make sure you wear them with a pair of killer shoes!








Have a terrific weekend everyone! Thanks for stopping by:)

~ Outfit ~

Top: Fuel in Oakville

Skirt: Forever 21 (old) – in taupe & stripes

Heels: Nine West (old)

Accessories: Joe Fresh belt, Forever 21 earrings, vintage bracelets (thrifted)

12 responses »

  1. I love a high-low skirt, and I totally agree with you when you say you wear what you want. If I think it looks good, I don’t care when it was “in”, because in the end, you want to be stylish and unique, not trendy 😉

    Your shoes are fab and love the top!

  2. It looks gorgeous on you, no matter if it is in style or not! 🙂

  3. LOVE the blouse Shin!!!
    Photos are beautiful. Mr. P really gets colour!

    • Thanks, Thea!!! Got it from a store in Oakville. You need to check out the store if you happened to go there! I will let Mr. P knows about this work:)

  4. Sooo Pretty!! 😀

  5. I really like tha outfit! 🙂 And not to mention the shoes 😀 LOVE. I also love those skirts eventhough I don’t own one, I think they make me look shorter than I allready am 😛 but that might just be me

  6. i love the skirt but the outfit is hottt. you look awesome


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