Fashion, Formal

Plaid Pencil Skirt

I had a plaid pencil skirt on my thrift wish list for about six months before I found the perfect one last year. I kept finding school uniform style skirts, full wool skirts, and mini skirts, but nothing fitted and pencil-like. Plaid is a thrift store staple, so I wasn’t going to give up. I ended up finding one for $2. Sometimes thrift trips end up being unsuccessful, as many regular retail shopping trips do too. However, if the item isn’t a priority or immediate need, I always try to wait it out until I find what I need. I didn’t best uk essay writing service reviews enter site click here thevenin theorem solved problems see thesis binding at staples megaessay viagra patent litigation ethical cases in psychology see enter site follow site custom essay writing services for with discounts sildenafil vs viagra balancing equations homework help empowerment of girl child in india essay how to write a college admissions essay cialis leggaly watch follow go to link order of a research paper bachelor thesis abstract head sushi chef resume moonbase alpha text to speech not working shelby county homework help need the plaid pencil skirt, I wanted one after I saw this pin. So it was worth the wait.


For this look, I decided to mix and match textures but wearing a faux leather jacket with my skirt. Since everything else is pretty busy, I toned it down with a simple gray tee.

Hope you all had a wonderful holiday!

Jacket | Thrifted | Goodwill Akron| $3 | (shop similar)
Tee | Thrifted | Goodwill Akron |  $2
Skirt | Thrifted | Village Discount Outlet| $2 (shop similar)
Purse | Vintage (from my grandma)  (shop similar)
Shoes | DSW | (shop similar)

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