The Spring Collection is available now so I thought I would show you 5 different looks that I put together with clothes that we all have in our closet. These looks will take you from doing chores around the house to going out with the girls and even to the office.

Let’s start here. This is my daily uniform. The tie for the skirt is in the back so it stays out of the way while I go about my daily business. You can wear any socks you like but I love to find these ruffle socks for women. I just think they add a little fun to any outfit. The shoes are just my white leather Keds which are a staple in my closet and get replaced every time they wear out. The Tshirt can be any old tshirt you like. I chose this top that I have been wearing for a couple of years now that my kids brought back for me from their trip.

This is just a play on the last outfit with a little more more. The tshirt is a fancy T I found last year when i was out and that little bit of an organza ruffle meant I had to have it. You can find dressed up tshirt is so many places. It’s fun to look at discount stores like Marshalls or TJ Maxx. Just keep your eyes open for them whenever you are out. It’s an easy think to add to your wardrobe and really helps to dress up a simple outfit. I added my Mary Janes that have a very small heel. These shoes add some fun but are super comfortable to walk in. The ones I’m wearing are from Fluevog but you can find shoes with a small heel in most shoe stores.

Listen, you might be asking me, “Beth, how many tshirts are you going to show us?” Well, remember when i said with the first look that a skirt and tshirt are my uniform? I can make a tshirt work for almost any occasion. Really. This is my lunch with my friends look. The tshirt I’m wearing is one I made for myself but solid color tshirts are easy to find almost anywhere. I like a crop length sweater with a high waisted skirt because I think it balances the outfit nicely, it stops right at the bow with the wrap skirt so there isn’t a weird bump and it highlights my waist which is my smallest part. This sweater I found at Boscov’s in Pennsylvania a few years ago. They are increasingly easy to find now. The shoes I’m wearing are my flat Mary Jane’s . These again are from Fluevog.

This look can be used for so many occasions. Just change the shoes you are wearing and it works for so many things! I love this denim jacket I got from Target. Again, I’ve had it for a couple of years. A cute scarf with a denim jacket just looks sweet to me. I am wearing an old pair of slides with this but I can see it with ballet flats, a small heeled pump or even a cute little sandal. I wear this type of look to the movies, a casual dinner, or shopping. The bow of the skirt is ties to the side to give a little sass.

This is another simple but cute look that can work in a lot of situations. I was thinking of an office look when I put it together but I think it could also work for church or out on a fancier date if you add some great jewelry or a scarf. The shirt is a men’s shirt that I changed the buttons to pink. I also wear this top knotted at the waist with other skirts but with the wrap it is too many ties. For this look I brought the ties around to the front and just tied a square knot to make it a little more serious. The shoes are from Memery Shoes and I love them for a dressed up look where you might want to tone things down a bit.

Those are all the looks for today. If you are wondering how to style something for a particular occasion or a certain style let me know. I’m taking requests. If there is a skirt in the webstore that you have been eyeing but aren’t sure where you would wear it I’m happy to help. I can post photos for you with ideas.

And if you would like to see these looks in action I have a little video I made. I also show the skirt with 1,2 and 3 crinolines underneath.

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