Bordeaux skirt from Anthropologie (no longer available)
James Perse sweater
Swedish Hasbeens clogs
I love this skirt so much (thank you Sharon for convincing me to buy it!), but man, it is hard to walk in. No, I take that back, if I roll the waist up so the hem doesn’t come close to the ground then it’s fine (I wore this in Italy with boots, walking several miles to the Vatican, around the Vatican museums and back again!). But if I’m wearing it with heels, they get stuck in the hem all the time; I was probably walking on the skirt half the time and didn’t know it. Yuck.
But this is the bane of my existence – skirts/dresses that are too long. I took a few new jersey dresses to be hemmed last week and remembered why I try not to do that – ever; the hem never looks the same afterwards. It always puckers a little. I’m sure I’ll be the only one to notice that, but it bothers me. I almost hate rolling skirts up at the waist more, but sometimes that’s all I can do to get them a length I can come close to wearing.
It’s hard being short 😉
Oh! I got a comment yesterday asking me what bras I wear with t-shirts, it’s a good question, so I’ll answer it in a post tomorrow!