Cascading Ruffle Skirt / One Shoulder Top / Cult Gaia Ark Bag (back in stock!) / Camouflage YSL Tribute Sandals (similar and a versatile substitute) / Bangles from Julianna LeBlanc Designs
Two weeks ago, I told you I had to wait to show you what may be my favorite item I’ve ever featured. Well, today’s the day! I’m finally able to show you this amazing ruffle maxi skirt from Banana Republic.
When I opened this skirt, I was so excited to try it on. This skirt has my name written all over it! It’s one of my most favorite colors (featured before here, here, here, and and here) and has fabulous cascading ruffles. The cut is so slimming and elongates your body. The fit is perfect as well. I’m wearing a 0 regular for reference. It also comes in tall for you girls with gorgeous long legs!
I’m thrilled to partner with Banana Republic to style their newest items. It is so much fun to see what they have on tap early. Believe me, you’ll want this gorgeous statement skirt in your closet and so many items that are coming to the blog soon. They are so good!
These YSL Camo Tributes are my favorite shoe. I was able to score them for 70% off last fall. They are my favorite style and so comfortable. I love the pop camo adds to an outfit and wear them a lot. These are very similar and I would would be a fun, inexpensive addition to your shoe collection.
I love the light weight one shoulder top I’ve styled the skirt with here. I’ve worn it a lot this summer. The one shoulder trend is one of my favorites as it is cool and so easy to wear. Later in the fall, I’ll be pairing this skirt with an off the shoulder sweater. I also like it with a sleeveless sweater and belted for a more daytime look. It would also be great with a simple white T or traditional white shirt with the sleeves rolled up and flat sandals. So many fun ways to wear my favorite skirt. How would you style it?
PS – Banana Republic is currently offering 40% off your purchase + free shipping on orders over $25. Offer ends tonight!
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Thank you to Banana Republic for sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own.
Photos by Mary Summers-Hafner