The Convertible blue skater skirt

Outfit ideas for styling your blue skater skirt - also examples showing red with blue outfits that might answer the question if you're wondering whether or not you can wear red and blue together.

Blue knit skater skirt short flared amazon tom ford

A few weeks back I purchased this skirt from Amazon in a yellow. I liked it so much that I bought another in purple a few days later, and a few days after that I bought it in blue. It’s a polyester/rayon/spandex blend (65% Poly, 30% Rayon, 5% Spandex) skirt that fits above the knees with a bit of flaring for a flirty look. The seller describes it as a convertible skater skirt (convertible because it can be worn as a tube top).

Here are some pics I’ve taken in my blue skater skirt.

The first look pairs the skirt with that blue red and white multicolored t-shirt from the post “In my shopping bag today #MACYS sale“.

It’s a cute little tee that comes with a very affordable price tag. I liked the print and thought it would go well with the skirt so I bought it.
the blue skater skirt outfit karen scott blue red white multi color t-shirt
The next look pairs it with the other top from the Macy’s sale shopping bag post. I haven’t actually gone anywhere wearing either of these outfits. I just put them together for this post to illustrate outfit ideas for the skirt.

And this look pairs the skirt with a red tank top (the one featured here) worn under a blue blouse that’s tied at the waist.

Finally, this last look pairs the skirt with a top I made for myself from fabric I designed for fun. I got the fabric done via for anyone who might be interested in designing their own fabric. It’s a little expensive for just 1 yard of cloth though.

All looks accessorized with the red envelope clutch I purchased from Macy’s last week. The red watch is a Nine West watch purchased from Amazon (here)

Like this skirt? You can buy in a wide range of colors from Tom’s Ware via

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