Sometimes despite all your instincts and any practical thoughts in your head you see a piece of clothing you just have to buy. I saw this skirt in H&M in the summer sales and thought it looked like a designer skirt, I loved the fabric, colour, length shape everything. Where is the problem then? Well the problem was that the top that was sold with it, as lovely and matching as it was was in no way the right shape for my breasts. So now I am left with a skirt that is a beautiful yet slightly awkward shape to work with. Here is how I found not one but two great ways to style it.
The first thing to realise is that you are not going to find a matching colour so get that notion out of your head right now. I would also keep clear of trying to work on a spectrum. If I was to wear another blue with this skirt it would look like I had tried to match and failed. One might assume that matching black and white is simple but the shade of white tops would not look right with the white in the background so that is a no no also. Instead go for a completely different colour.
Top One - Monoprix
Shoes -c/o Boden
Skirt - H&M