Don’t ignore that ugly skirt.

Last week was a very tedious week for me which was why I never got to post and I apologize. I hope your Monday didn’t start as boring and annoying as mine.

This outfit was inspired by my love for vintage and this wasn’t an exception starting from the lace top, the paisley pattern skirt, and as I love to give details about the history of a particular type of fabric, here you go…

Did you know? (This pattern was named after a town “paisley” in west Scotland where it was produced within 18th&19th century.) also a thing from 1960s.

It is described as a tear drop-shaped motif with a curved upper end of Persian origin

and of course the brogues shoes that gave the entire outfit a different look.

Btw, take a look at that hot mocha 👆🏾

I normally take my pictures during weekends because weekdays are stressful for me and this very weekend I had a fashion show to attend and I didn’t want to take much with me so I decided to go with a black lace top to change into instead of the white I wore.

Personally, I think lace has never gone out of trend. It always come in different styles and forms.

When my aunt gifted me this skirt, I was so so unsure of what to do with it but then again I couldn’t reject it as it might mean something else.

While trying to look for an outfit for my next post, I saw the skirt and decided to make good use of it and look how it turned.

These shoes 😍 I’m so in love with them and I think they can be worn with anything. (I mean, I wore it with a skirt. It’s brogues common).

They are so comfortable and cute.

I’m not really a lover of skirts like this as I have a certain “mentality” attached to long skater skirts, but I became really confident about the skirt as soon as I got to the fashion event and I received lovely comments from random people about my skirt. If you’re a fashion lover I think you just find a good solution to clothes you thought you’ll never wear and then people would love it on you.

I can rock this outfit to church with a jacket(preferably denim), to an event just like this👇🏾

or even a hangout with friends.

When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.

-Viktor .E. Frankl

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Love always, xoxo🖤

If you’ve gotten to this point, feel free to answer my questions.❤️

•What would you love to see in my next post?

•Can you rock a long skater skirt like this?

•How do you rock lace items in your wardrobe?

•If you had this skirt, how would you rock it?

Photos by yusufshotme

27 thoughts on “Don’t ignore that ugly skirt.

  1. Awesome post….

    I Got intrigue first by the fabric history……my first takeout….

    You have a great outfit put together as well……..

    Now i have many more trips to make down here…….

    Great job hun…

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  2. Great outfit and pattern history concept. I like the fact that you brought the history of the pattern, it shows you’ve got style and you’re intelligent. Way to go girl!

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  3. So I missed a couple of post on your blog don’t know how probably it’s my busy schedule. How do I rock a lace top? Mehn I love lace clothing, and I have lots of them, I also own a skater skirt and I would try rocking with a lace top or a Jean shirt. Thanks for this love.

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  4. Taking a old fashioned dull looking lace skirt and making it look this good. Nice. That’s fashionista. I’d love to see how good the outfit will look with heels or a wedge. You can start a new trend here. Good work. Keep it up.

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