"Feeling unique is a habit you shouldn't give up."

- Alberto Fermani

"Anyone can get all dressed up and glamorous, but it is how people dress in their off days that is the most intriguing."

-Alexander Wang


Winter Skirts

Winter Skirts Galore

Zara silk top, $80
Diesel sleeveless t shirt, $78
Polyester shirt, $76
Striped top, $58
Monsoon yellow cardigan, £55
Uniqlo cashmere sweater, £50
Mango wrap blouse, £43
Mary Portas jersey top, £35
DAKS plaid skirt, $99
J Crew knee length skirt, $128
J Crew wool skirt, $108
Karen Kane wool skirt, $79
Phase Eight full skirt, £59
Maxi skirt, $62
H M flared skirt, £25
Beige heels, 349 DKK
Vince Camuto red pumps, $100
Zara heel boots, $90
Banana Republic ballet shoes, $89
BCBGeneration platform pumps, $89
Platform pumps, $60
Dorothy Perkins lace up boots, £45
TRANSIT western cowgirl boots, £42

Thanks to cousin-in-law Kelly who wants to know what are some good winter skirt options especially that would go with boots. I had fun putting together a whole bunch of outfits and did so many that they would barely all fit into one picture. Because of that, I didn't do a lot of accessorizing on these ensembles so keep this in mind.

1. Always! accessorize. Scarves are great for winter, obviously, but you can layer long necklaces under them, too, to keep it different looking. Hats are also an easy thing to do in winter. Knit caps, fedoras, floppy hats- they're all in style right now and can be found in lots of price points so stock up.

2. If the top has short sleeves, add a leather jacket for fall. When it gets too cold for that, use a thin cardigan and then your overcoat. Faux leather is a great, less expensive option (and you can't even tell on a lot of them these days!) so try to have them in camel and black.

3. All of these outfits will work with boots, most of them with flat boots or heeled. But don't be afraid to change it up with different shoes.

4. The big question is always what tights to wear? Black opaque, brown opaque, or black subtly patterned are my favorites but I also do a skin-color fishnet (teeny tiny fishnet, please) on skirts that won't look good with a dark color.

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