Outfit of the Day: A Dash of Pink

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Let me start off by saying I’m not a huge fan of maxi skirts…I prefer short skirts.  But when it’s cold out, sometimes a maxi skirt seems much more appealing!  I like this one because it’s hot pink!  If you’re wondering why the skirt looks a little weird in these pics, it’s because it was friggin cold and windy that day!  On windy days, maxi skirts sometimes end up looking like weird harem pants! The pink helps make a miserable weather day, more bright and cheery!
The sweater is one of my favorites!  I love that plunging v-necklines are still in style! Just take a look at all the red carpet looks from any of the recent award shows! It looks like plunging necklines are here to stay for at least the next little while!

Love,
J. Molly

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Spring into Style with New Skirts for the Spring Season

 

Skirt: True Religion, Belt: Armani Exchange, Top: Costa Blanca, Necklace: Nordstrom, Shoes: United Nude

Skirt: True Religion, Belt: Armani Exchange, Top: Costa Blanca, Necklace: Nordstrom, Shoes: United Nude

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It’s time to mix up your skirts this Spring.  From jean to sheer to floral, we’re seeing skirts in all different styles.  Flashback to 2004 in a short jean mini.

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Next on the list is a short black mini with a sheer maxi skirt over top.  Showing off your legs in a miniskirt can get a bit monotonous.  Spice it up a bit by playing peek-a-boo with a polka dot sheer maxi.

Skirt: Costa Blanca, Shirt: Urban Planet

Skirt: Costa Blanca, Shirt: Urban Planet

Last but not least, put a little spring in your step with a flirty frilly floral knee-length skirt.  Keep all eyes below the belt by wearing a plain solid t-shirt on top.

For more outfit ideas, follow me on Instagram @mollysrunway.

Love,

J. Molly