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Saturday, October 8, 2011

{review} shabby apple skirt

Okay, so when shabby apple

offered to send me this  skirt to review...

Of course I said yes! I mean, a girl would be crazy not to. Really. It's from their new Academia line, called "Teacher's Pet". {LOVE}

My friend Brook graciously agreed to be my model, and show you just how darling this skirt is on.

Let me show you...



I told you!  SUPER cute! (both the skirt, and Brook ☺)

Here are some things about this skirt to {love}...

{There is nothing more crisp to me than a cute bright white and navy combo. There is just something about that navy and blue that is so chic.}

{I love the pleats. They add just a subtle amount of style but the fabric is thin so it does not add too much bulk to your mid-section where we typically don’t want any added thickness.}

{It's a very easy transitional piece. Great in summer with a cute pair of pumps or wedges and wonderful in the winter when paired with some tights and heels or boots}

{The higher waist on the skirt? Fantastic! I tucked my sweater in which I don’t normally do but it shows off the cute band at the top and features the A-line flair of the skirt.}

{LOVE the length. Long enough to cover and be modest but not too long so that you feel totally covered and frumpy!}

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Tip:  Check out Shabby Apple on Facebook, where you'll have the heads up about sales, new lines, contests, fun ideas, and more!

*Disclaimer:  I was not remunerated for this review, although I did receive a skirt.  All opinions are 100% mine, and mine alone.

2 Comments:

Blogger xoxo gina said...

i love the heels she paired the skirt with! this skirt is so versatile!! Great for work or casual dress events!! Very cute:)

October 9, 2011 at 9:11 PM  
Blogger The Miller Five said...

Cute skirt! Love it paired with those red heels.

October 10, 2011 at 9:00 AM  

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