Baroque Midi Skirt

There was a time when girls my height ( 5’4 & under) were afraid to were midi skirts. The obvious reason to this is that, it eats up at our height. However, I am so glad that more and more petit girls are waving goodbye to fashion no-no’s and trying out fashion trends “prohibited” to smaller girls. The key to midi skirts ( you’ve probably read this before) is to wear them high. I bought this skirt at Romwe back in early spring and had been dying to wear it. I paired it with a blush top, gold embellished heels & a gold clutch. I love that the fabric material of the skirt is very thick making it ideal for spring & fall.

Till next time !

Happy Fashion,

Karla.

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Top: Ann Taylor

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Skirt: Romwe

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Shoes & Clutch: Steve Madden

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SUEDE PENCIL SKIRT

I love skirts just as much as I love dresses. My favorite kind of skirt though is the pencil skirt. It is one of the most sexiest articles of clothing without it being vulgar. Today’s skirt is one of the lifetime pieces because pencil skirts and suede never go out of style. Since it is still steamy here in Miami, I’m not quite able to wear this with boots or sweater, so I opted for a chiffon top. I wanted this outfit to feel very fall so I stuck with dark tones. The shoes of course spiced this up along with the lipstick.

Thrifted Details:

  • Skirt: $2.00
  • Clutch: $2.50

Happy Fashion,

Karla.

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TOP: ROMWE

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SKIRT: VINTAGE ( LEATHER BY GIANNI)

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SHOES: STEVE MADDEN // CLUTCH: VINTAGE ( THRIFTED UNBRANDED)

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GLASSES: GAP

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SUMMER’S ENDING

Summer is officially over tomorrow, except not for Florida. As a matter of fact, it seems like its spring here with all the afternoon thunderstorms. This outfit is my last goodbye to Summer. I had to wear my favorite summer piece, this skirt. This is definitely a show stopper and a compliment magnet. The last time I wore this shirt I wore it with a white top and pink heels. This time around, I wanted the look to be a bit more casual. I combined it with this gorgeous (and cheap) top and these floral heels.

Thrifted Items:

  • Top: $1.00

Happy Fashion,

Karla

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Top: Thrifted

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Birds of a feather, flock together. 

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Skirt: Romwe

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Shoes: Steve Madden

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All that fringe

Fringe is still hot this season and it is rolling right into the next. I purchased this skirt back in spring and have been in love with it since. I wanted a chic and “lazy” outfit for a lazy Saturday and this was perfect.

Hope you have a wonderful Saturday.

Happy Fashion,

Karla.

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Top: Ann Taylor

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Skirt: Romwe

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Shoes: Steve Madden

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T H R E E M I X – Knit Crop top

This has got to be my favorite top this season. It is a knitted crop top from forever 21 and it has proven to be very versatile. It’s such a simple top but it’s definitely versatile (although I have only worn it with skirts) and the perfect summer piece. I plan on wearing this through our very mild fall and winter season.

Happy Fashion,

Karla.

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Skirt: Romwe // Shoes: Michael Antonio

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Skirt: Gap // Shoes: Shoedazzle

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Skirt: Jason Wu for Target// Shoes: Shoedazzle

A little late celebration

This is actually a late post, as I wore this outfit to happy hour with friends to celebrate my graduation. I wanted something comfortable, chic and fabulous and this was it. Although, I have to admit the skirt kept riding up and moving all over the place ( perhaps it needs to be taken in). Anyway, I had a wonderful time with friends and I was finally able to celebrate my graduation.

Happy Fashion,

Karla.

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Top: Romwe

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Skirt: H&M

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Shoes: Steven by Steve Madden // Bag: Bally

F L A M (ING) I N G O H O T S K I R T! #OOTD

Ladies and Gents, this skirt is HOTT!

Today I bring you an exciting outfit that I had been dying to show off for a while. I bought this skirt back in March for my birthday but because of some unforeseen circumstances, I was not able to wear it. However, on Friday I told myself that I would finally wear it because it just had been hanging pretty in my closet and looking at it always made me sad ( because I hadn’t worn it). I have to say the amount of people that asked me where I bought was astonishing. My boyfriend gave me the side eye when I told him I was wearing this in public and by the end of the night, he was irritated ( not really more like amused) by the amount of people that stopped me to either compliment me or ask me, “Where did you get that skirt”?

Outfit Details

I knew that I wanted a white shirt to go with this skirt because I really wanted the skirt to be the focal point of the outfit. I really did not want to use another color that would have either overshadow the skirt or made the outfit look to costume-y. I also decided to opt for a pair of matching pink ankle straps because they made this outfit look effortlessly chic.

I really hope you all love this look.

Happy Fashion,

Karla.

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Skirt: Romwe // http://www.romwe.com

 

 

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Shoes: Michael Antonio // thrifted // Purse: Vintage // Thrifted

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The New Neutrals

When I saw that fringe was back with a vengeance, I knew I had to get me a fringe skirt. I was lucky enough to come across this gorgeous piece on Romwe and I knew I had to have it. It is a very nice skirt that is perfect for spring & summer as the fabric is light weight.

Outfit details:

There is something about different textures and fabrics that really make camel/beige pop. This season is all about neutral shades and what a better way to make this outfit pop with different tones and textures of neutrals. This is one of those easy outgoing outfits that can really make you stand out from the crowd.

Happy Fashion,

Karla.

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Denim Shirt: Gap

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Skirt: Romwe // http://www.romwe.com

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Shoes: Steve Madden

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Vintage, thrifted clutch.

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