This skirt is the first vintage piece I’ve ever owned. I bought it months ago at Coup D’Etat Vintage in Mt. Lookout. It was almost directly across from the house I lived at the past year, so it was always pretty tempting driving past the gorgeous window displays. I finally caved when I saw this skirt paired with a matching top in the window. I went in immediately, and tried it on. It was love at first sight! The colorful print is what sold me. Mixing pink, green, purple and yellow? I’m in.
Now that I actually own some vintage, I’ve realized how amazing it feels to dig up something awesome at a vintage store. What I love about this flower skirt is that I can pair it with so many tops, and create a new look each time. This crisp white button down goes perfectly for a feminine and polished look. I love wearing color to work, so these pieces together allowed me to look professional while still rocking some bold hues.
Also, how great is this flower background? I really stuck with the flower theme today! It’s actually a massive flower bush, but it ended up looking like a flower wall because it’s so big. I’m definitely going to take some more pictures in front of it.
Coup D’Etat Vintage Flower Skirt | Anthropologie Button Down | Dee Keller Mallory Heels | Kate Spade Flower Necklace (similar)
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very cute skirt!
Love, love, love that skirt! You look awesome and I love the flower background!
I love the shoes & necklace.
Adorable! Gorgeous skirt and that flower bush/wall is amazing! I’ve never been big on vintage shopping but I have friends who go and they always find the cutest things!
Thanks Grace! It was my first vintage trip, but it was fun discovering stuff!