Concrete Catwalk // Basic Blue

I wore this look to church last weekend, but I think it could just as easily work for an office environment, and I honestly felt like I was wearing pajamas the whole time.  (#bonus!)  Comfortable is key on the weekends for me!  Click through to see my stretchy skirt, drapey blouse (last worn here!) and what just very well may be the highest heels I have in my closet…

Top to Bottom:
Sunnies – Banana Republic (similar)
Earrings – c/o Vanessa Mooney
Top – NGB Boutique (similar here and here)
Necklace – c/o Sorrelli
Skirt – c/o Tees by Tina
Bangles – Vintage, various
Snake bracelet – c/o Alue Boutique
Handbag – Vintage, gift from Mama (similar)
Wedges – Nine West (similar)

  1. Melody

    You look gorgeous! I really like this look! I love that you paired it with fun shoes.

  2. I am obsessed with those wedges!

  3. I love that skirt on you!!!! It looks so comfortable – as does the top! Comfy on the weekends= a must!

    Alissa
    alissakelly.blogspot.com

  4. You look amazing and what a great look! Love those wedges :) xoxoxo

  5. Love this outfit! I have those shoes, and I always pair them with bright colors, but I like your idea of wearing them with a mellower outfit.

  6. classically lovely! love how you added those edgy wedges in to mix it up.

  7. April

    What a great look! Those shoes make it look soooooo fun!!!

  8. So cute! I just got this top and wondered how to wear it with a skirt, this post is so helpful!!!
    You look so pretty :)
    -www.goldinloxxx.blogspot.com

  9. I can’t tell you how much I love this skirt! The texture is killer and complements the simple blouse so well.

    May need to add a similar skirt to my wardrobe soon…don’t tell my husband ;).

    Xoxo,

    Ashley
    http://www.onxyandpearl.wordpress.com

  10. You really have a great taste – love that blouse!
    Lena from Stockholm Sweden

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