I ordered this midi-skirt in white jacquard from H&M ($59). I was fairly impressive with the quality and style. It did run a bit small in the waist. I also like this semi-sheer organza skirt from Topshop. And for a slimmer option, River Island wrap skirt. Plus-size? Alfani midi-skirt in white lace.
For work, I went with a classic, Audrey Hepburn look. This snug short sleeve sweater is the perfect topper for the fuller skirt. The proportions cause a figure-flattering balance.
This white Kate Spade sweater would look lovely, as would this navy Jack Wills pointelle sweater. For accessories, I added a pair of pretty pearl earrings, a simple kitten-heel sandal, and a patterned clutch (can you believe it’s $13?!). If you would prefer flats, try these pointy toe black slingbacks from Sam Edelman.
For the weekend, I added this boatneck stripe tee from Boden. It’s a good quality, well-priced essential. The long pendant balances out the stripe, and is one of my favorite pieces. (I probably wear the Rebel necklace four times per week.)
Another casual options is a chambray shirt. Gap has a cute sleeveless option. If you don’t like chambray, a crisp, blue oxford is always a sleek choice. The red wedges add the perfect pop of color to the outfit. For a closed-toe option, try this Nine West wedge.
For the hair, I would try a teased, bouncy ponytail. I’d finish the look with a crisp summer perfume.
For play, I chose a crop top because the skirt is high-waisted. A bit of spring color never hurt anyone, so I brought in a turquoise earring and coral sandal. The colors pair well together. I also like this Schutz Maggie heel with tassels, in a fun berry color.