It’s almost that time again! Spring is in the air and one of my favorite patterns is making a reappearance into my closet, animal print. I was able to score this long lined, midi length animal print skirt, originally from Asos, for under $8!
This style skirt was high on my list of spring items I wanted to pick up during my thrift trip last weekend, and when I spotted it from across the store, I darted my way over and secured it in my cart. I was actually stunned that it was one of the first things I found while thrifting that day.
For this post, I want to show you a couple ways I am styling this midi skirt for spring.
During that same trip, I was also able to find a brand new with tags, Guns & Roses band tee, originally from Forever 21. I’ve been on the hunt for more band tee’s or graphic tee’s that are versatile but also shows a bit of my personality. Although, I don’t listen to Guns & Roses, I’m a huge fan of music and creativity – and want to show that through my style. Plus, the neutral color palette in this shirt spoke to me, so it was a must to take home.
I find this outfit works perfectly for a day out or even to wear to a weekend brunch. I paired this outfit with my Doc Marten platform combat boots and moto jacket; and I’m good to go!
Business on the Top, Party on the Bottom
When considering that I, like most adults, hold down a 9-5 during the week, after work you can usually find me at a nearby bar with coworkers and friends for happy hour. I find a nice cocktail to be the perfect way to unwind – and I need an outfit to match the vibe after a long day in the office.
For this outfit, I need to transition from business casual, to casual casual. Here, I have I paired my leopard skirt with my cream/white blazer, Black mock neck top, chunky gold necklace and pointed toe flats.
There you have it! Which style was your favorite? Tell me how would you style animal print midi skirts?