I t wasn't a very striking skirt of course. Nothing like this:
|Gorgeous, but quite memorable. Source.|
It's a simple black knit skirt by Randolph Duke, that hits below the knees, like this:
|Boring? Perhaps, but a great canvas.|
On Day One I wore a cream silk sweater by Banana Republic, with a vintage scarf, black tights, and (what else?) black booties.
On Day Two, I baffled everyone I came into contact with by changing to . . . a striped boatneck knit top by Canvas/Lands End, black leggings, and metallic Mary Janes:
And on Day Three, I was a clever chameleon in a black tee with over-sized teal top over it all, no hosiery, and black shooties.
Lesson learned: A few great skirts will get me through two weeks of work! In my new, pared-down wardrobe phase I need to concentrate on great-looking tops and distinctive shoes to keep up the interest. This could be a lot of summer fun.
Happiest of Fridays to you all!