Turns out it was a very worthy investment (even more so for its very small price tag of around £12 i think at the time) I have worn this skirt so so much over the 18 months. Its such a versatile great working piece that adds funk and edge to any outfit and a great all-season item.
Here's a few ways i've styled it over the last year and a half, and i haven't exhausted it yet either. Faux leather is a staple in my wardrobe, and this skirt is up there for me with ripped jeans and a trench coat.
I can't believe its yet to be worn with stripes or leopard print.. i have been missing out big time there! I think you may be seeing even more of this skirt over the next year again.
As for now i am absolutely smothered with a stinking cold and only my harry potter sweatshirt and joggers willl do. Outfit post friendly my face is not right now.. my poor nose...Rudolph[h comes to mind ;)
With a mustard shirt and gold trimmed booties
In summer for a boho/girly vibe with a kimono and heels
With a fedora, fierce booties and a gilet
Casual with a sweatshirt and biker boots
I absolutely love this skirt, juts so much potential!
Do you own a faux leather skirt and is a hard working piece for you?