Style is my way of creating art. Let’s just say, you do not want to see me try to draw a figure, paint a picture, sculpt a pot, or other typical forms of “art”. I used to think I was not creative or artistic at all, but I’ve come to learn that maybe I am just a different kind of artist. I love styling looks, balancing shapes, colors, patterns, fits, textures and more. It comes easily and brings me so much joy. I could care less about fancy or expensive brand names (although some of that stuff is cool looking of course), and prefer my amazing $5 floral vintage dresses any day.
This skirt somewhat fits that category. Not a dress or floral, but $5 and vintage 😉 I found it at Rawson’s Daughter in Cedar Rapids, IA – one of my absolute favorite vintage stores, which I found thanks to my friend Bethany! I otherwise would never have known such a gem existed. And that would be a pity.
Pink and gray is one color combination I will wear forever. No matter the shade, you can’t really go wrong. So I paired this fuller, pale pink midi skirt (with buttons and pockets, because they make everything better!) with a more fitted, charcoal gray turtleneck long-sleeve. Added a pale pink necklace to break up the solid color, plus fun shoes. Because fun shoes are just oh so fun. I was told these look like they have cupcakes on the toes. Works for me! Obviously party shoes in that case.
Yours jenuinely, xoxo
Pink and gray for the day