Outfit | How I Wear The Button-Front Denim Skirt

21. April 2015

fashion-landscape.com | The Button-Front Skirt Wearing: Aquazzura ‘Christy’ Flats (shop similar here, here, and here, and budget versions here and here), Zara Button Front Denim Skirt (find alternatives here, here,  and here), T By Alexander Wang Striped Top (buy similar tops here and here), Edited Leather Jacket, Ray-Ban Wayfarers, and a Proenza Schouler Bag

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I can think of a thousand ways to style this skirt, but with a simple breton tee and flats was by far the easiest amd comftiest way to go.

Spring is finally here, but it can still get a bit chilly, so just add a leather jacket. The time to wear skirts and go out with bare legs is finally here and I just can’t wait to wear these flats and my new purchases (amongst them gladiators) very soon. Hope you are all having an awesome day. x


Ich kann mir tausende Arten vorstellen, wie ich diesen Rock tragen kann, aber dieses Mal habe ich mich für ein gestreiftes Top und Ballerinas entschieden. Einfach ist oft besser.

Der Frühling ist endlich da, aber es kann ab und zu kühler werden, deshalb braucht man oft eine Lederjacke. Trotzdem ist die Zeit um Röcke und Kleider zu tragen schon gekommen und ich kann kaum darauf warten, diese Ballerinas und meinen neuen Sandalen zu tragen. Ich hoffe ihr alle habt einen wunderschönen Tag.


Me puedo imaginar cientos de formas de ponerme esta falda, pero al final me he decidido por la más simple: con una camiseta marinera y bailarinas. Casi siempre lo más simple es lo mejor.

La primavera ya está aquí, lo que no significa que a menudo haga algo de frío, por lo que una cazadora nunca está de más. Aun así, estoy contenta de que ya es finalmente ese tiempo que nos permite llevar faldas y vestidos. Por eso ya estoy ansiosa en ponerme estas bailarinas más seguido y mostraros mis nuevas adquisiciones, entre ellas sandalias gladiadoras. Espero estéis teniendo un lindo día!

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16 comments so far.

16 responses to “Outfit | How I Wear The Button-Front Denim Skirt”

  1. Marle says:

    Never thought I was going to say this once, but: I love the jeans skirt!


  2. claudia says:

    Me encantan la falda y los zapatos!

  3. Daniella says:

    Perfect! I love this look, so chic 🙂

    Take care,
    Daniella xox

  4. Lizzy says:

    LOVEEEE this outfit SO much! The skirt looks gorgeous on you, I love how you have taken an item that we are seeing everywhere and made it your own and to suit your style. That is why I love your blog SO much!

    Shot From The Street | Fashion Blog

  5. so perfect!!!


  6. Theresa says:

    You’re prob tired of me telling how much I love everything you’re wearing 😉 But I LOVE this combo. Not only does that skirt look so freaking good on you, but the way you styled it is so chic. Can’t go wrong with this kind of mix and I’m looking forward to seeing how else you style it. Gorgeous!!


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  9. Rosie says:

    I love this outfit! You look amazing.

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