styling a denim skirt

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i don’t know about you but i had two denim skirts (from abercrombie!) that i rotated between most of my college career. but once i entered the corporate world, my use for alternative denim styles gradually fizzled (i worked in a non-denim environment). now that i’m no longer working a traditional 9-5, i’ve rediscovered my love for denim skirts and their functionality in a casual wardrobe. to prove their versatility, i’ve teamed up with some of my favorite style bloggers -natalie (@natalieborton), conni (@artinthefind), and jess (@jesskeys_) to bring you four styling options -with an optimistic eye toward warmer weather.

as always, in addition to including the details of each look below, everything (or similar pieces) is also linked in the liketoknow.it app. head on over to my instagram stories for a full interactive styling session now (i’ve also saved it to my highlights for future reference) and be sure to check out the other ladies’ accounts for more ideas on how you can style your denim skirts (no matter the length) for the spring season!

tell me, which is your favorite look? i think i’m partial to #1 myself.

since i’m pretty conservative when it comes to hemlines, i opted for a midi denim skirt over a mini version. this side-button denim skirt is from madewell (and currently on sale!). i sized down to a 25 but in all honesty, could have probably sized down one more size for a closer fit. there is plenty of stretch! i’m wearing the julia earrings from natalie borton (c/o) in all four outfits and while they’re currently unavailable, she’s releasing many similar styles soon!

madewell eyelet double-tie peasant top (small)

j.crew two-strap ballet flats in leopard calf hair (now available as sandals!)

j.crew ruffled chambray top (similar) || soludos espadrilles (TTS)

zara eyelet top (similar) || jenni kayne faux fur slides (budget option)

suunday clara top in peach bloom (xs –on sale!)

nisolo d’orsay oxford (TTS)

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