Today we came across a picture of this multi-color printed Fausto Puglisi skirt from the Fausto Puglisi Fall/Winter 2014 collection (via Moda Operandi).

Although the Fausto Puglisi skirt is out of season we were immediately inspired to try to style it. Of course it would have been more exciting to style the real thing, but the $2,050 price tag would have made that an unlikely prospect even if the skirt was still available for purchase.

The Skirt…

Fausto Puglisi multicolor printed flare skirtWe love how the colorful geometric patterns on one side of the skirt contrast with the textured black pattern on the other side.

We also love…

  • The sexy short length
  • The asymmetric hemline
  • The flared style

This skirt is versatile in the way it allows you to wear a top in a wide variety of colors and styles.

3 ways to wear your fausto puglisi multicolor printed skirt3 ways to style your multicolor printed Fausto Puglisi skirt

Look #1 – with a Martin Grant Black Wool Classic Turtleneck and an Antonio Berardi emerald silk scuba short jacket

style fausto puglisi skirt with Martin Grant Black Wool Classic Turtleneck and an Antonio Berardi emerald silk scuba short jacketWho would wear this look? A girl with a lot of confidence who likes to look sexy in a colorful and quirky way. It will take a lot of confidence to pull off these Giambattista Valli Open Toe Lace Up Boot and this Antonio Berardi Emerald Silk Scuba Short Jacket.

Look #2 – with a red Prabal Gurung Crimson Needle Rib Turtleneck and a black Elie Saab Black Peplum Leather Jacket

style fausto puglisi skirt with red Prabal Gurung Crimson Needle Rib Turtleneck black Elie Saab Black Peplum Leather JacketLook #2 pairs the Fausto Puglisi skirt with a Prabal Gurung red turtleneck sweater, a black Elie Saab leather jacket, and Nicholas Kirkwood Stretch Suede Thigh High Boots.

Look #3 – with a black Martin Grant Black Wool Classic Turtleneck Sweater and a yellow Jonathan Saunders Seymour Double Breasted Wool Jacket In Pea Green

Martin Grant Black Wool Classic Turtleneck Sweater Jonathan Saunders Seymour Double Breasted Wool Jacket In Pea GreenLook #3 pairs the Fausto Puglisi skirt with a black Martin Grant wool turtleneck sweater, a mustard yellow Jonathan Saunders Seymour Double Breasted Wool Jacket, and a pair of Charlotte Olympia Lucinda Booties.

Jewelry and accessories…

We think either of these two bags work with our 3 looks:

  • Valentino Mini Lock with Laquered Studs
  • Edie Parker M’O Exclusive : Customizable Name Velvet Clutch

fausto pulisi skirt multicolor printed bags accessories valentino edie parkerAnd for jewelry any of the following bracelets:

  • Eddie Borgo Expansion Joint Bangle
  • Eddie Borgo Aerator Bracelet
  • Eddie Borgo Large Axis Cuff
  • Vionnet Plexiglass Abstract Ribbon Cuff

bracelets accessories jewelry fausto pulgisi multicolor printed skirt

Any of these earrings:

  • Jennifer Alfano 18K Gold Baby Bullseye Emerald Studs
  • Jennifer Alfano 18K Gold Baby Bullseye Ruby Studs
  • Eddie Borgo Aerator Stud

fausto puglisi skirt earrings accessorizeAny of these necklaces:

  • Daniela Villegas Bespoke Fufluns Locket Necklace
  • Eddie Borgo Helix Link Necklace

Fausto Puglisi skirt necklaces to accessorize

What do you think of our 3 outfit ideas for styling the multicolor printed Fausto Puglisi skirt? Would you wear any of these looks? How would you style the skirt yourself if none of these looks would work for you?

 

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