As a petite person, I am a huge fan of asymmetrical skirts. The high-low hemline is flattering because it allows me to show off my legs, but I also get to play with the maxi trend a little bit.
If I keep my entire lower half covered, I run the risk of looking my height - 5'1".
If the skirt stops at a certain part of my leg, I look stumpy.
If the skirt is too high, my legs appear longer, but I also look like I ride on the wild side.
This is why mullets are perfect.
These were taken in a parking garage at my favorite mall -- hence the ballet flats. I needed comfortable shoes that would be able to handle a full day of shopping. I assure you that I did some maaayyy-jah damage.
Among my purchases are two pairs of boots from the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale - one pair in rusty orange and one pair in bright teal. Expect to see those a lot. I also bought my 21923th black leather motorcycle jacket, which may as well have had a bright neon sign flashing "Bonnie" above it. So perfect.
I like construction zones. There is something beautiful about being all dressed up and taking pictures next to something broken.
There was a lot of twirling to get these next two shots. The main reason I bought this skirt was for the way it twirled. Granted, I couldn't walk a straight line for a few minutes afterwards, but it was for a good cause. #fashionbloggerproblems
This picture is my favorite because it looks like I'm dancing. No wonder I am considering a Zumba certification.
Camisole: New York & Company
Skirt: Jessica Simpson (from Macy's)
Shoes: Calvin Klein ballet flats
Necklaces: Charming Charlie and a charm that I bought from somewhere
Bracelet: Charming Charlie