Plaid Skirt

J.Crew Factory Plaid Skirt

I’ve had my eye on this plaid skirt for a long time. I finally pulled the trigger and bought it. The price was definitely right ($44) and I thought it would be so cute for holiday dinner parties and such. When I got it, I was a little disappointed because it was longer in person than in the photos, but I ended up hiking it up and wearing it at my waist and it fit a lot better. To be completely honest, it’s not the best quality, but it looks really cute and for the price, I think it’s still great.

I’ll for sure be wearing it a lot this season!

For today’s post, I paired it with a turtleneck sweater layered over a striped shirt for a little pattern-mixing flair (shocker). I wish I could say I wore this outfit somewhere fabulous, but the funny part about these photos is that I stubbed my toe really hard last week and am not sure if it’s broken, but pretty sure it is. My entire left foot is bruised and I couldn’t actually put any weight on it while taking these pics. I also couldn’t walk any farther than my front door which is such a bummer because I feel like a holiday backdrop really would have made this post…

Ahhh, the life of a blogger. So glamorous, so real.

But I still wanted to share this outfit with you because I love it so much! Once it cools down even more, I’ll add black tights to the mix. I have an event tonight and if it’s not too freezing, I’m going to wear this exact outfit but with flats so that I can actually walk. I just got these sparkle flats that would be perfect with this look.

FYI the skirt is selling out quickly, so buy it now if you’re on the fence!

J.Crew Factory Plaid Skirt ($44) / Sweater c/o / Striped Shirt / Vintage Brooch / Clutch / Similar Pumps

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J.Crew Factory Plaid Skirt ($44) / Sweater c/o / Striped Shirt / Vintage Brooch / Clutch / Similar Pumps (mine are old)

Photos by Carter Fish.

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