Girly…

green-anthropologie-skirt rebecca-taylor-lace-sleeve-top white-lace-rebecca-taylor-blouse lace-top-a-line-skirt-anthro pink-valentinos-rockstud pink-rockstud-valentino-flats lace-rebecca-taylor-topTop: Rebecca Taylor | Skirt: Anthropologie, no longer available (similar style) | Flats: Valentino (hot pink version here) | Bag: Kate Spade c/o | Glasses: Karen Walker | Earrings: Nadri | Lips: Saint Germain by MAC and YSL Rouge Volutpe #7

Happy Monday everyone! I hope you all had a lovely weekend!

xo, Rach

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  1. Love this look!! That skirt is such a pretty shape I feel like it would be flattering on anyone and I’m in love with those sun glasses, and the shoes are just right to counter all the feminine pieces.

    Natalie
    pugsandpink.weebly.com

  2. This outfit is so cute! I have that same skirt from Anthropologie and was shocked at how comfortable I felt in it. The length is perfect and I feel like you can wear it with just about anything. I love how you’ve styled it with blush tones!

    XO, Jaime
    RegallySoled.com

  3. I love it when you pair that bag with those shoes! The blush pink is amazing!! The style of that skirt is simply gorgeous: the flat panel around the waist accentuates the waist line before it gently flares out with its flattering pleats. The lace on the shirt is the perfect detail. Very girly-very beautiful!!

  4. Pink and green is very unusual but very impressive combination. I also like a lot how you combine different types of fabric in this look. And, of course, I totally adore and those Valentino flats. In other words, you look stunning, as usual. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  5. I’d love to know where you buy your garments. It’s literally impossible to be wearing garments with your skirt unless you are “hiking” them up. I”ve been a follower of yours for a while, and I love some of your outfits, but have a hard time believing your statements of “I always wear garments” when it’s so obvious that you do not, or that you are pulling them up. As a member of our faith, it’s your responsibility to accurately portray our standards, something which I feel you are not doing.

    1. Jill,

      I would love to know why you think it’s okay to discuss what type of underwear I’m wearing, you don’t even know me. If you saw me walking down the street in this skirt you would have never come up to me and said this comment, so why do you think it’s okay to say it on here?

      I buy my garments from the same place you do and I do not “hike” them up. I have a petite body with long legs so maybe mine come up higher than yours do? Also, with all do respect, you sound like a hypocrite because your judgmental comment does not accurately portray our faith or standards.

      I hope that as your wrote this comment, it made you feel a little bit higher on your moral horse. Please take these types of comments elsewhere.

      Thanks,

      Rachel

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