This skirt gets the award for my most blogged piece of clothing. Since I am rewearing it yet again (real life), I thought I would share 4 ways to style a pleated blush midi skirt. It’s a surprisingly versatile piece of clothing, not to mention ultra comfortable. Blush is everywhere this season since it is one of the Pantone colors of the year, so maybe this will give some styling ideas for other blush pieces too. I’d like to give myself a little pat on the back for pairing this skirt with serenity (cough, cough, baby blue) back in September (here). I’m linking a bunch of skirt options below as mine is now sold out, but this one is the closet to mine and is only $25!
Today I paired my skirt with a contrasting but complimentary top. This burgundy floral blouse (under $20) with the high-neck is so fun. I kept my shoes and bag nude as not to create busyness. I continue to love my nude lipstick ($5 drugstore find), so I keep wearing it with everything. Also, sorry for all the posts this week. I just had a lot to share with you!
4 Ways to Style a Pleated Blush Midi Skirt
- Double the Blush – As seen here, blush looks great with, well, blush for a monochrome look. You might also consider adding a fun layering piece like a vest.
- Double the Pastels – Pick another pastel color, like baby blue, and pair it with blush as seen here.
- Add Some Edge – Black gives a nice contrast to blush. It can also be fun to pair a midi skirt with a fuller top as seen here.
- Add Some Contrast – As seen in this post, a complimentary but contrasting color like burgundy looks great with blush.
Pleated Blush Midi Skirt Options