Springtime :: Beaded Cocktail Top & Light Blue Maxi Skirt

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Springtime :: Beaded Top & Light Blue Maxi Skirt | She Sweats Diamonds - Burning Torch Cocktail Blouse - Zara maxi skirt - light blue maxi skirt - Dallas Blog - Dallas Fashion Blog - Dallas Blogger

Springtime :: Beaded Top & Light Blue Maxi Skirt | She Sweats Diamonds - Burning Torch Cocktail Blouse - Zara maxi skirt - light blue maxi skirt - Dallas Blog - Dallas Fashion Blog - Dallas Blogger

Springtime :: Beaded Top & Light Blue Maxi Skirt | She Sweats Diamonds - Burning Torch Cocktail Blouse - Zara maxi skirt - light blue maxi skirt - Dallas Blog - Dallas Fashion Blog - Dallas Blogger

Springtime :: Beaded Top & Light Blue Maxi Skirt | She Sweats Diamonds - Burning Torch Cocktail Blouse - Zara maxi skirt - light blue maxi skirt - Dallas Blog - Dallas Fashion Blog - Dallas Blogger

Burning Torch Silk Cocktail Top c/o Clotheshorse Anonymous (linked similar tops below) | Light Blue Maxi Skirt (Zara-old, similar light blue chiffon maxi skirt) | Crossbody Bag (currently 50% off!) | Nude Sandals (embellished nude sandals; other options of nude sandals) | Earrings (BaubleBar-old, similar Double Pearl Earrings-under $40!) | Sunglasses (under $15!) | Matte Liquid Lipstick in Sell Out

Last fall, I shared this beaded cocktail top from Clotheshorse Anonymous with you. This Spring, I’m resharing this top because I’m a huge fan of restyling clothes I already own. You know, cost divided by times per wear? That. 

For this look, I decided to go for a more dressed up look, but keeping my style a bit low-key. I reached for…gasp! A maxi skirt! If you know my style, I either lean towards dresses or pants. Actually, this is only maxi skirt I own now that I think about it. I hardly ever wear skirts anymore, but after shooting this look, I’m thinking of getting another maxi skirt or two for Spring. 

Anyway, since my top is heavily beaded, I wanted to dress down my look with my favorite cheap sunglasses, my go-to crossbody bag and some fancy yet comfortable flip flop sandals. I kept my jewelry minimal because I wanted my top to stand out. What do you think of my outfit?

How do you feel about wearing a maxi skirt for Spring?

SHOP MY OUTFIT:

Yay or nay? I’m definitely not a fan of maxi dresses or skirts for summer because I sweat to death in them, but before the hot weather gets here, I figured I’d give maxi skirts a try. Let me know if you’re a maxi skirt fan or not in the comments below! 

DISCLOSURE: Thank you to Clotheshorse Anonymous for partnering with me on this post! All thoughts and opinions are my own. As always, thank you for supporting my sponsors! 

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