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The Range: Velvet Skirts

While it’s only October, holiday planning is already beginning.   Whose home are we celebrating at this year?  Are we giving gifts? Who is hosting parties that we need to attend?   And with those plans come the inevitable question, “What will I wear?”

This season, I’m feeling velvet pieces.  I have a professional association event that I already have an invite for, so I’ve decided to pair a white button-up shirt with a velvet skirt and simple accessories.  It’s a bit festive and a bit professional.

Corner Office

Vince Panne Skirt ($325)

Cubicle Farm

Maeve Kelly Velvet Skirt ($110)

Front Desk

Oasis Velvet Bias-Cut Skirt ($55)

Plus-Size

Eloquii Velvet Skirt ($70)

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    7 comments

  1. V says:

    The Vince skirt is stunning

    October 11, 2019/Reply
  2. E says:

    Please–it’s too early. I can’t think about the holidays yet.

    October 11, 2019/Reply
    • Jessica says:

      Funny how everyone’s different. I’m already working on my Christmas lists!

      October 11, 2019/Reply
      • Sarah says:

        After sept 1st it’s all just pre-Holiday season until thanksgiving which is then all fair game.

        October 11, 2019/Reply
    • Belle says:

      I have invites to parties, people are already on the planning for December track. I know it’s early, but it’s not like I put up a reindeer sweater.

      October 11, 2019/Reply
  3. Amanda says:

    I’m looking for some cute Christmas pajamas for a day with the in-laws (we have young nieces and nephews). Maybe an idea for a future post?

    October 12, 2019/Reply
  4. Maria says:

    I normally don’t like velvet but those Eloquii and Maeve Kelly skirts are gorgeous!

    October 14, 2019/Reply