Fringe Mini Skirt Restyled

This fringe skirt was too cute not to restyle, so today’s look is a second try with this twirl-worthy piece.

If you remember this post, then you know that I wasn’t crazy about the way I styled it the first time around. I wanted to give it a second go-around, and I’m much happier with the way it turned out this time.

I found this crop top at my local Madewell and I had this skirt in mind when I picked it up. In order to buy it, I wanted to picture it with at least three different outfits.  In addition to this skirt, I think it will work great with white jeans and wedges, or with a pair of distressed skinny jeans and sneakers. It’s one of those shirts that is as comfortable as it is cute, so I’ll probably find myself reaching for it even more than I realize.

I think it would probably look adorable with these striped culottes (I haven’t been brave enough to buy a pair of those yet, but I definitely want to give them a try).

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SHOP THE LOOK

J.Crew Fringe Mini Skirt (sold out, similar here and here) | Madewell Crop Top | Valentino Rockstud Flats | Celine Sunglasses (similar) | J.Crew Edit Bag | Bobbi Brown Lip Tint in Bare Pink

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Lauren is the creator of the lifestyle blog, Wellesley & King. Like many modern women, she aims to balance her busy career and personal life with style and grace. Wellesley & King is devoted to providing inspiration to modern women everywhere, looking to bring simple and attainable style to all areas of their busy lives. Welcome!

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