We live in Georgia, so it always takes a little while for fall to actually reach us down here. But we’re having highs in the low 70s and the leaves are changing (finally), so I’m excited to share in the fall edition of the Seasonal Skirts linkup!
If you’ve been keeping up with these posts, you already know about my love affair with the clothing website Soul Flower. Three of the four skirts in this post came from there. Just so you know. 😉
If I had the patience and the skill, I’d sew a patchwork skirt like this for every day of the week. While I could probably learn the skills to make this, though, I doubt I’ll ever have the patience…lol.
I know that green does not really match this skirt, but I always wear this top with it. I’m not sure why. This skirt is a drawstring one that’s finally getting loose (yay!). I’ll probably add some elastic to it, so I can keep wearing it.
Top and skirt: Soul-Flower.com
Okay, you might be able to tell by looking at my smile in this picture, but this is my favorite fall skirt of all. In fact, this skirt is probably in the running as the favorite skirt in my closet period. I don’t think they sell it anymore, but it’s called the Falling Leaves skirt. Which is appropriate because fall leaves were the inspiration for the colors. If anything happens to this skirt, I might actually cry.
Surprise! This one, like the last outfit in my summer post, is not actually a skirt. It’s a maxi dress. But maxi dresses often have low-cut necklines or a strapless bodice. So, I just got a denim-colored long-sleeved top and I wear that over it.
Top: Old Navy
Maxi dress: Thrifted from a clothing swap
This post is part of the Seasonal Skirts: Fall Edition linkup! Stop by to see the long skirts for fall our fellow bloggers are modeling!