Floral Pot Pie.
This skirt is another favorite of mine. It's from a boutique, called Single Thread, in my home town of Evansville, IN. You can find it here. I remember when I was featured on their blog I was so pumped and felt very special because I really think they are a great asset to Evansville. Every time I make a trip home, I make it a point to stop by. They have a lot of unique items that you don't see everywhere, like this skirt. Along with the great clothes, most of the time when I stop by the owner is there. I think her name is Sara. She always remembers me and compliments my outfit. She is very personable and has helped me pick out things a couple of times. That goes a long way with me when people are genuine and are friendly right away, I take note and appreciate that. A lot of times if you walk into a small boutique they can have a way of dismissing you, and that couldn't be further from the case at Single Thread. Please check out their site!
Anyway, you can tell from the name of this blog that I love floral. I am particular about my floral's though. It can't just be any floral. But I really, really love pastel floral's that aren't super busy. I've noticed that I tend to gravitate more towards floral's where you can see the background color coming through, or the background is prominent. I don't really know why, but that's just what I've picked up on. Also, as I post more you will see that this skirt is a popular silhouette for me. I like to show off my waist while hiding my hips so I think that's what draws me to it. And it's comfortable...so I can wear it all day at work no problem, I just wore it last week actually! Let me know what you think!!
Skirt: Single Thread Boutique. Unfortunately, it looks like they don't have anything similar right now, but here and here are some similar style skirts. Top: J.Crew factory, similar here. Necklace: J.Crew factory, similar here. Purse: Francesca's, similar here, and a used higher end option here. Shoes: Gianni Bini, similar here.