OOTD: Hot Pink Flowy Skirt

Long, flowy skirts (and maxi dresses) have been all the rage all summer. I love my legs, and I hate the feeling of having material on my legs, so I usually resist this trend and stick to my short skirts and dresses. But when I saw this long flowy hot pink skirt at H&M, I just had to give it a try.

Side slits flow in the breeze
Side slits flow in the breeze.

I love this skirt because it is the perfect compromise between a maxi skirt and a miniskirt. There is a long, sheer layer that hits the feet, but there is a thicker miniskirt underneath, and the sheer layer has a high-cut slit in the sides. So even though the skirt is long and covered-up, it still shows a hint of leg, and it’s flowy in the breeze so your legs get some air.

Best of all, this skirt is perfect for daytime, nighttime and every occasion in between.

Vegas, baby
Vegas, baby.

I wore it to Vegas with a plain white crop top from Forever 21, gold gladiator sandals from Target and a long charm necklace from Forever 21. It was breezy enough for the desert heat, and was a great segue from traveling to sightseeing to lunch to pool. The soft, flowy fabric and high-waisted fit also make it comfortable enough to wear while sitting in a car for 5 hours.

I’ve also worn it to work with a plain white tank top from H&M, the same charm necklace from Forever 21 and gold metallic flip-flops from Forever 21.

Pink flowy skirt 3

The look segued perfectly into happy hour out in Santa Monica when I paired it with some less-casual sparkly gold and beige suede sandals from Forever 21.

Will it work with a thin white long-sleeved shirt in fall/winter? We’ll see – I truly think this skirt is versatile enough for almost everything. And if it’s not, I also have it in black ;)

Skirt and shoes
Skirt and shoes

 

I love this Forever 21 charm necklace
I love this Forever 21 charm necklace.

 

Pretty in Pink
Pretty in Pink.

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