A quick hello on this fabulous Friday!

Can you believe that it will be September in less than two weeks?! I certainly can’t, but I won’t deny that I’m looking forward to the fall season. I’ve grown quite attached to floral prints, however, so even though the cool, crisp fall weather doesn’t usually set in until mid-October here in Southern California, I’m taking advantage of these last few weeks of summer to wear my floral skirts.

Today, it’s all about recycling old items (top last seen here, skirt last seen here). I’m trying to avoid dropping so much money on cheap fast fashion, such as Forever 21, but sometimes, I’ll find myself surprised by certain items like this floral skirt and surplice top. Items like these may come with a very budget-friendly price tag, but the way they look and feel certainly don’t reflect that monetary amount and are worth spending money on and keeping for many seasons.

Other great floral skirts from Forever 21:
Floral Print Skater Skirt 1
Floral Print Skater Skirt 2
Pleated Floral Plaid Skirt
Pleated Floral Skater Skirt
Ditsy Floral Ruffle Skirt
Feeling Floral Skater Skirt
Floral Lace Mini Skirt
Pleated Floral Midi Skirt
Floral Chiffon Maxi Skirt

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Top: Forever 21 (alternatives for fall: [1] , [2] , [3] , [4] , [5] , [6] )
Skirt: Forever 21
Heels: Franco Sarto
Bag: 3.1 Phillip Lim for Target (similar)
Belt: Warehouse (similar here, here, and here)

Photos by Herman


5 thoughts on “FOREVER FLORAL

  1. I agree, there are certainly great quality pieces you can find at a bargain! It doesn’t hurt to be on the look out for them. 😉 Lovely outfit!

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