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Revisiting: patterned pencil skirt

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J.Crew blazer + flats, J.Crew Factory skirt (similar), Ann Taylor blouse (similar), Louis Vuitton handbag

With the weather warming up the last few days in Charlotte, I decided to pull out one of my most colorful and bold work outfits. This paisley pencil skirt (last seen here) is truly a stunner piece, but had me wondering if it was perhaps too bold for my conservative office, and also if the patterned bottom made me look wider.

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I’ve discussed the issue of conservatism in corporate offices before, and this skirt throws caution to the wind with regards to that. It is slightly tighter than I normally go, and with an all-over print, it definitely says “look at me!” But aside from the work-related issue, my primary concern was whether it was flattering. After looking at these photos I think the print works quite well. When worn with neutrals the high waist fit and body-hugging silhouette actually do great things for my lower half.

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What are your thoughts on the patterned skirt for the office? For those with bigger bottom halves?

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  • I love that skirt! I have always been too scarred to try wearing pencil skirts, but this definitely lends a new perspective!

    • lhaber

      Thank you Lauren! I’ve since become a fan of the printed pencil skirt ;)

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