Happy Valentine’s Day and welcome to day two of styling this Sezane skirt. On Monday, I styled it with a classic striped tee and ballet flats – you can see that look here! Today, I’m sharing how I’d wear this skirt in cooler weather. On Friday, I’ll be sharing one final look that’s perfect for dressing this skirt down a little! I hope by the end of the week you’ll see how versatile this skirt is and how it makes for the perfect investment piece. These three looks are timeless and neutral enough to wear year round and for years to come.
I love that with just the change of a shirt and shoes, this skirt is transformed into a completely different look. To keep myself warm in today’s look, I opted for my Marc Fisher over the knee boots (last seen here, here, here, and here). A great pair of over the knee boots like these allow you to wear skirts, especially midi skirts, year round.
If you haven’t picked up on the fact that I love styling more with less based on this skirt series alone, then the fact that I also styled this J. Crew ribbed turtleneck last week might offer further confirmation. I’ll be styling it again next week, so be sure to check back in to see how I wore it for a third time! Today, I kept it simple, and let the skirt shine by wearing this neutral top. I love the mockneck, ribbed detailing, and three quarter length sleeves. This shirt will be a wardrobe staple for years to come!
I opted for the same leopard print crossbody purse as Monday because I just can’t get enough of this bag! I love how it stands out against this neutral look, while also pulling in the tan color of my boots. The final touch to this cold weather Sezane skirt look are these crescent hoops from Anthropologie. I’ve never been a big hoop earring kind of girl but I love the uniqueness of this pair!
Be sure to check back in on Friday for the third and final look featuring this skirt!