Styling the Suede Skirt

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Hello you wonderful people!

I feel like I start every post these days with an apology for being away from the blog for so long, but that’s reality isn’t it? Trying to juggle a hundred things at once and not let any of them fall! I’ve been absolutely wrecked lately so I needed to take some time for myself to recuperate. I also needed to catch up with family and friends. If you follow me on snapchat (@styleboothique) you’ll know that it was a special birthday for my mum last weekend so I organised a family dinner as a surprise. All in all it’s been a busy few weeks and there’s an even busier couple of weeks ahead! This weekend I had my friends birthday and today I had a blogger brunch with special guest Joanna Larby from The Make-Up Fairy! Next week I’m heading to the Blog Awards on Thursday night and flying to Paris on Friday morning! So much excitement! Anyways, let’s get down to what you came here to see…some fashion!

I love camel tones anyway but when I saw that these a-line button front skirts were in vogue I knew I had to have one – you know me and the ’70s trend!

I paired my faux suede a-line skirt with a denim shirt and black tights for an autumnal look – it’s turned a little chilly for bare legs during the day!






The skirt is from H&M but they only seem to have the burgundy one left online – H&M. have a very similar one in stock at the moment too – Boohoo.

The denim shirt is from Penneys/Primark – in store.

The boots are old stock from Topshop but they have a similar style back in stock – Topshop.

I love this scarf; it was a present from my friend and was bought on a trip to Krakow. My Michael Kors bag was a gift from a family friend who was home from New York during the summer – such a generous person!

Have you styled a suede skirt recently? Let me know how you wore it in the comments section below!

If you’d like to see another ’70s inspired outfit you can check out my post about the ‘Winter Maxi’ –  here.

“It is important to take time for yourself to rest, recharge, and get inspired.” Paloma Contreras

With love,

Lorraine x

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