When I first laid eyes on this L.Mae Boutique skirt, it was love at first sight.  I love a festive element like fringe that is incorporated into a wearable piece like this.  I dressed it down for a weeknight date night to our neighborhood Mexican spot, but how cute would this skirt be with a chambray shirt?
skirt – L.Mae Boutique (c/o) | tank – LC Lauren Conrad | vest – Old Navy | lace up sandals – Lulu’s, love these | clutch – Mimic Designs (c/o) | pendant necklace – Molly Jane Designs (c/o) | delicate necklace – Bip and Bop | earrings – Etsy | sunnies – Ray Ban | watch – Swatch | pearls – Pearls for Life (c/o) | stackable rings – INPink (c/o) | cuff – boutique
Would you wear a fringe skirt on a weekday to dinner or is it more of a festive piece for you?  Thanks so much for reading! XO –
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26 thoughts on “Flirty Fringe Skirt

    1. Uh…….NO. As Sally O’Mallly on SNL said, “I’M FIFTY!!!!!!” plus 5 for me now. My fringe skirt days are long gone but thanks anyway.


  1. How did you get that last photo of fringe in mid-swing : ) So flattering !

    Make sure to eat at the Greek Islands on Halstead St. while in Chicago. Best Greek food in the world and my Uncle Gus Couchell owns it.
    Ask for Barbie, my cousin and tell her you are my illegitimate daughter from a high school fling …Ha Ha !!

    1. I just did some “swishing” and we snapped a few photos!

      THANK YOU for the suggestions!! I absolutely LOVE Greek food and only have one place that is ok good in OC that I’ve found. I’ve got to try this!! xoxo

    1. Love that – I was Pocahontas for almost every Halloween!!!

    1. You are hilarious and CRAZY. You know how self conscious I am about my legs!! Thank you newly engaged fabulous lady!! xoxo

    1. I need your size 2 body, Jeane Louise. Can we trade!?? xoxo

    1. Thank you Kristin!!! It’s the cutest skirt – it speaks for itself! 🙂 XO

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