MCLV Style: Faux Leather Mini

This – My friends – Is my fourth personal style post featuring an oxblood piece. {Ladylike Tweed + Oxblood // Styling 101: Oxblood // Oxblood Brocade}

So the question is, do I need an oxblood 12 step program, or is oxblood just that fabulous? I’ll leave that up to you…


{Shop similar pieces by clicking these hyperlinks: Top – Ann TaylorFaux Leather Mini – Lily White, Clutch – Gigi New York & Heels – MICHAEL Michael Kors


{Check out more photos here}


{Photos by Jennymay Villarete of J. Villarete Photography}

And speaking of Oxblood – I’d like to talk to you about this skirt. It’s got everything I’m loving about skirts this season. Great color, eye-catching fabric, and a fun silhouette.

So where did I get it? The Junior’s department of Nordstrom. My secret happy place of late – Between the cute BP clothes and the killer TopShop section, I can’t seem to stay away. Despite feeling like everyone is staring at me and thinking: “Why is that 30-something hanging around the Junior’s department?”

Have YOU tried shopping at a Juniors department?


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10 Responses to MCLV Style: Faux Leather Mini

  1. Shop wherever you like, senior or junior department does not matter :=) As long as you get to purchase fab pieces.

  2. The shoes are stellar and so is the shape of the skirt. I think more women should try shopping in both the juniors and men’s section in department store. Great finds.

  3. love the color!

  4. Ahh I love this. I agree, I think oxblood is the reigning thingy now! You look stunning as usual.. oo and love the skirt. Moi loves it! ^__^

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