3.24.2015

One Skirt, 9 Ways

If you have followed me for a while, you know that I am a very big believer in remixing my closet! I love to find many different ways to wear the pieces in my closet. I try my hardest not to repeat an outfit. Today, I'm going to show you 9 different ways you could style a maxi skirt. I got this maxi skirt from Martin's.

Martin's is a great store with phenomenal customer service. Their website has a lot of cute dresses, skirts, tops, and sandals! All of my followers can get 15% off of your purchase using the code: modernmodesty15. I hope you find lots of cute for the spring and summer!

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I had a lot of fun coming up with all of these looks! Here's all of the looks up close.

Look #1
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When you are short like me, you can wear most maxi skirts as a dress! Instead of folding over the waistline, just pull it up over your chest! I have to wear a camisole underneath as well. I got this pocket cardigan from Martin's as well.

Look #2
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I used the pocket cardigan again, and also added a comfy oversized tee, that I tucked in and used a wide belt over the maxi skirt waistline.

Look #3
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This would be a great look for a date. (This one was my husband's favorite!) I just added a denim jacket and a statement necklace. Simple, yet cute!

Look #4
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This is a little more of a dressier look. Could be worn to church. I once again used the skirt as a dress.

Look #5
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This is a simple, chic look! This is something I would wear going out shopping or out to eat. Very comfortable and easy!

Look #6
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This is a look I would wear to work. For some reason, when I wear a cardigan I feel more studious and "teacher-y"

Look #7
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Here's another casual outfit. Just a simple v-neck tee with a pop of color camisole underneath. I topped it off with a wide belt and jean jacket, but for a more simpler look, just remove the jacket and belt.

Look #8
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This is my favorite look! Maybe just because I think everything looks better with a chambray! ;) But for real, you can't go wrong with a patterned skirt, chambray, and a statement necklace!

Look #9
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Here's another chambray look. This one is a little more casual with the chambray tied and a smaller statement necklace.

I hope this helps you realize just how remixable ONE piece of clothing is! Don't limit that one patterned piece to one matching item! Be a great steward with what God has blessed you with! Get all you can get out of your closet!

Here's some of my outfits from last week!

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Have a great week, God Bless ♥
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10 comments :

  1. Love it all! Now I want to go through my closet & make some new creations :) Thanks for the inspiration!

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    1. Bealls. It's a store in Florida, but you could probably find them online. http://www.beallsflorida.com

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  3. Love it! I love styling my maxi's as dresses. (: I saw those shoes at Burkes (Which is actually Bealls, just another version. They renamed it Burkes in different states which is weird to me...) and I wanted them so bad! Sadly they were all either a size too small, or several sizes too big! :(

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  4. Love them all!!! Where did you find your chambray shirt?

    Dominiquespeaks.blogspot.com

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  5. Elizabeth WilliamsMarch 25, 2015 at 10:36 AM

    #4 and #9 were probably my favorite looks!

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  6. I love that skirt! And your jewelry is fab!
    <3 Margaret
    http://happyinheels.blogspot.com/

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  7. The denim jacket and chambray maxi combo looks are my favorite - I think it's the contrast in material that makes it work so well. Also I like the idea of wearing the maxi as a dress... I have worn dresses/tops as "skirts" sometimes but not the other way around yet!

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  8. I actually don't have any maxi skirts because I'm short and they are so long. I've really been wanting to try one so I thank you for all these ideas!

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