tut tut it looks like rain

Sometimes I find myself dressing like the weather. Not for it, but like it.

The grey maxi skirt appealed to my desire to me comfortable & cozy. The pink top with sketch-like polka dots and an exaggerated long back was slouchy, drapey, and perfect. All I needed was some height to allow me to walk around without tripping around like a fool at Target, and my Jeffrey Campbell nude studded Ticks did the job just fine.

You can see the rain that started to sprinkle down in some of these shots – and my hair definitely didn’t like it!

Nothing brightens up my mood or home better than two dozen beautiful pink tulips on a dreary Sunday!

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  • I'm really short but I've been thinking about trying the long skirt trend. Big tall shoes might be my answer!

    • I definitely held off on the long skirt trend, too, but I just couldn't avoid it any longer. Platforms are a must for us shorties!

  • That outfit looks insanely comfy!

  • i love a good maxi skirt, and those shoes really spice up the outfit! you look great 🙂

  • i wish i could pull off wearing maxi skirts! i only have one maxi dress and i spend the whole time walking around holding it up so it doesn't get caught up in my legs! 🙂 so i don't wear it often, but your post makes me want to pull it out of my closet and give it another try!

    • Don't be fooled – you can tell in the pictures I'm holding it up most of the time. It's still long on my petite 5'2" frame, even with platforms! Annoying-yes, but comfy-yesssss.

  • What a great skirt; def. need those rockin' shoes to make it work for the weather… tho totes worth it!
    xo

    Alyson
    http://www.theaveragegirlsguide.com

    • I love that you say totes–I say it too! lol

  • I dress like the weather too sometimes — or try to do the exact opposite.
    You look gorgeous in this color palette and with the maxi skirt.

    • Thank you Alessandra – I'm so fond of pink and grey!

  • You are so freakin gorgeous!!! I love the simplicity of this look. WANT those shoes!!! xo, Kim http://www.eatsleepwear.com

    • I think this was the shortest outfit credits I've ever had to type up…haha

  • Too much rain here in Houston! I actually think you look brighter than the right. Btw, I'll take rain over 20 degrees as a low. Get ready for that tomorrow! LOL

    • Oh. No. Please tell me you're joking. *wimpers*

  • Oh I love that skirt, I am short like you, so those wedges are a must! very nice outfit!
    ~ http://www.prettywithoutpink.blogspot.com

  • Mamavalveeta03

    Cute outfit and I love the skirt (but am I the only one who thinks it looks way too big on you? You're a teensy little thing!!!).

    • This skirt does look huge on me, but it's an XS!! I think my shirt bunched up in the photos too so it makes me look about 10x bigger, but…oh wells. 🙂

  • Why are Jeffrey Campbell shoes so amazing? And expensive, hehe…

    You pulled of this look so well with the skirt and everything, you look gorge.

    http://fashionnews.zalando.co.uk

    • Jeffrey Campbell is a genius. Full stop.

      Thank you Klara!

  • you look so comfortable and still so cute!! and those flowers are lovely.

    http://www.yogaandpencilskirts.blogspot.com

  • I love the simplicity of your outfit! It looks so comfy and so chic at the same time 🙂

    • Thanks Lynz! The main thing was that it be comfortable. It was Sunday, after all. 😉 (And running errands at Target, no less.)

  • I love that skirt! It looks all soft and cosy, and yet really nice on you.
    xx

    • Thanks, S- I feel like it had a bit less shape than I would have liked, even tucking in the shirt, so I think I'll try a belt next time if I decide to recreate this look again. 🙂

  • Beautiful shots and a great outfit. Your hair looks fine to me!

    Those tulips are gorgeous. They're probably my favourite flower ^_^

    • You are too sweet – my hair thanks you for being kind to it even on its bad days. 😉 Tulips are my favorite too!

  • Your outfit looks so cozy but chic…love the maxi skirt and those killer shoes!

  • omg those shoes are kiiiiiller! I think I'm in love.

  • the shoes are super cute and the skirt looks really comfy.

    • The skirt is made of jersey so YES it's super comfy! Thanks Terri

  • Dressing "like" the weather is a new one, but if it creates outfits as comfy and cute as this one, I must try it out. Flowers always make me happy too. When I start to feel a tad melancholy, my first stop is to the florist/grocery store to buy some gerber daisies or peonies (depending on the season).

    Oh, and I was literally just lusting over those JC shoes in black, not two days ago.

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  • Hi girlie! I've been following your blog ever since HB told me to check it out (we're classmates! and he is undoubtedly PSS's biggest fan). I got into it for the photography, and quickly got hooked on the outfit posts. LOVE IT! (Fun escape from: "Patient is a _ yr old __ __ c/o __ __ __…." 😉

  • Did I read above that you're only 5'2"?! I would have guessed you were around 5'8"! You look so tall in this outfit – so gorgeous!

  • I am seriously in love with this outfit. I love the top with the skirt. White and gray are one of my favorite color combos, especially when it's a rainy, gross day. You really pull it off. Seriously inspiring 🙂

    xox alaina

  • Ah, and there you are in your Target excursion maxi skirt! Love it!

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