Wednesday, December 5, 2012

WIWW:Olive Green and Asymmetrical

Hi, there!


Today, I´m going to show you a new love of mine, something quite avant garde(for my extremely classic taste) and different. Presenting the asymmetrical corduroy skirt:


It combines perfectly with my sequin clutch too and my ¨chinese cucumber like necklace¨, lol! What do you think? ;)


And by the way, this is another food inspired post. The black and olive green combination reminds me of  these olives which they usually serve as starters in Portugal.


Since I rarely wear high heels, a pair of black pointed boots is not only convenient but also very comfy when going out for a long walk outside. :)

skirt- Promod, top- Zara, clutch- Blanco, bracelet- Mango, boots- thrifted
Linking with The Pleated Poppy´s What I Wore Wednesday and Rolled Up Pretty´s Whatever Whenever Wednesday. Come and see what the others are wearing too! :)

We´re having a cold and rainy Wednesday in here, I hope yours is a a sunny one in your side of the world!




Luba Dimitrova said...

oh this is a unique skirt ! gorgeous ! Love your glittery clutch as well ! Have a lovely day :)

XX Luba

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janettaylor said...

Reminds me that one of my favorite sweaters is a black turtleneck. :)

april said...

i agree with i love the skirt too and you styled it just perfect..great find...lucky you!

Jersey Blogess said...

Ooooh, what great skirt - love it!!! and you clutch too.

Anne said...

Love that clutch! Instant sparkle for any outfit. And I always love a black turtleneck/tights + skirt look as a canvas for fun accessories.

Clare D said...

I love this skirt! And I miss starters like they serve in Portugal! Love the inspiration!

Stopping by from the link up! Happy Wednesday!

Understated Classics

Sherin said...

I love that skirt! It's a pretty colour and style.

My Thrifty Chic said...

so cute! I love the asymmetrical skirt and that sequin bag! I found you from the pleated poppy and I am your newest GFC follower :)

Alisa Marie said...

That skirt is so unique, I love it! I'm hosting a new link-up on my blog about bargains and shopping - since your boots are thrifted you should stop by and join in on the fun :) I'm a new follower :)

DaenelT said...

How cute is that skirt?!?!? Love it. And so cool that your inspiration came from food.

RedTagChicLosAngeles said...

You look so polished yet still maintaining that fun look with that lovely skirt!


Rolled Up Pretty said...

That skirt and clutch are awesome!

Bravoe Runway said...

That skirt is awesome, still avant garde yet wearable.

Kalli @ said...

Super unique skirt - very cute!

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