If you’ve been following my “Wishlist” posts you’d know that this suede skirt was one of the items on it. So when ASOS had a 15% off sale I decided to go for it. At $73 it was already a great price for real suede but it’s always nice to get an even better deal! I know real leather isn’t for everyone (here’s an affordable faux suede skirt) but whenever possible I like to make the investment. I love the texture and how it wears over time.
In other news….I took these photos myself with a tripod and remote! I can’t believe that they actually turned out well…haha. Since my husband is working all the time (and he hates taking my photos) I decided that I needed to try doing it myself. So now I really don’t have an excuse for not getting my outfit photos taken!
This outfit was unconsciously inspired by Heather from Forage Fashion. I put this outfit together but then felt like I had seen it before! She has UH-MAZE-ING style so no wonder it was stuck in my head. And I’m still trying to figure out how she takes such amazing photos with a remote!
Now onto Flashback Fashion Fridays! This is what I was wearing on September 25th, 2014. A blush pleated skirt is a closet staple in my opinion. It’s so versatile and I’ve worn mine a million different ways. I haven’t worn it with this black crop top in awhile though. But since it’s still 100 degrees outside it might be a good idea to wear it again!
Adri and I would love for you to join us this week and link up your flashback fashions! You can include a link or photo in your post to an outfit from last year, month or even week! It’s fun to see how our style choices change over the year.
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