Equestrian print skirt

Blue print skirt Zara - White button down shirt Forever 21 - Nude pumps Sam Edelman - See by Chloe tote similar here 

This equestrian blue print skirt always reminds me of those brands that are inspired by that sport. Last night as I was trying to put together an outfit for a meeting I suddenly reached for this 2010 era skirt which had not been worn in several years. Even though it was too big then, I bought it because I loved the silk fabric, print and pockets, today I am just grateful that it fits.

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11 comments

Closet Fashionista said...

That skirt is so fun! It makes me think of Ralph Lauren and Hermes!
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Laura Bambrick said...

That skirt is lovely! It has a wonderful preppy feel to it!

Porcelina said...

It does have a Ralph Lauren feel, I agree! Beautiful movement to it in the wind.

Black Dress Inspiration said...

Pero que look más bonito, la falda me parece una monada
Bss

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jodie filogomo said...

I think a print skirt can be so perfect for almost any occasion. That must be why I have so many in my closet!!
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backinstyle said...

Love this skirt, I'm always a fan of fun and whimsical prints. To think, we may not have seen it if not for your shopping freeze! The ribboned pony tail is perfect with it.

Kim Alston said...

That skirt looks so good on you Lorena! Love the print. Very Carolina Herrera with the white shirt.
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Sheila said...

You look gorgeous in this, Lorena! I hope it lifted your spirits as well. :) I always associate Hermes and of course, Ralph Lauren, with this print.

LyddieGal said...

I love the equestrian inspiration, and I love silk - so glad the skirt made its way out of the closet. The crisp white button down could not make for a better pairing.
Chic on the Cheap

Natalie Sampson said...

Esto tiene algo que me acordo a Jackie O! Me encanta lo elegante que te ves sin recurrir a los clásicos.

Oh to Be a Muse said...

I never would have guessed that this skirt was 7 years old. It looks brand new still and super lovely on you.