The Piece: Madewell Denim Skirt

Yes, I am aware it is November, which means that we are one month away from winter officially arriving and just weeks from chowing down on a turkey leg. But just let me wear a denim skirt gosh dammit! Maybe it’s because I’m gearing up for a two- week sun-soaked vacation in Hawaii or maybe it’s because I choose to live my life in blissful ignorance towards things like weather. This month, I’ve been trying to jump at opportunities to wear my frayed hem denim skirt by Madewell (which is sold out, but similar ones linked below!).

For Weekend

Weekends in San Francisco are getting chillier and therefore I’m more inclined to stay curled up on the couch instead of hanging at a park. But on the rare instances that I choose to venture outside, I’ll be pairing my denim skirt with chunky sweaters and city-appropriate ankle booties.

For Vacation

T-minus a few weeks until I am sunburnt! My favorite piece to wear while on any warm weather vacation is a skirt. They’re easy to slip in and out of and to wear with goes a goes-with-anything white button-up, which I will definitely be layering over my pale, not swimsuit-ready body.

For Date Night

 

The key to dressing for date night? Wearing a very complicated outfit that looks like you don’t know what a “weather app” or really what “temperature” means. But there’s a strategy behind pairing teddy coat with a denim skirt! Have a conversation piece so that you have something to talk about which makes it seem like I am complex and mysterious woman. But, once that layer is shed, I’m just a very simple girl who just wants to wear a white tee with everything and have dinner paid for every once in a while.

For a Night Out

In my old age, my nights out mean that I am following the rule of two: I walk two blocks to my favorite brewery, drink two beers, then walk the two blocks back home. I like to keep it simple now with everything, so I’ll spring for my other favorite two pieces: a moto jacket and a cami to wear with my jean skirt.

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