Green pumps with a white denim pencil skirt?

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I’m trying to think of some outfit ideas for the green Qupid Penelope pumps I bought last week. I’m thinking a white denim pencil skirt with a green silk blouse. Or a white denim pencil skirt with a white cotton shirt and a green blazer. I definitely want to try something with a white denim pencil skirt; but I do not have such a skirt in my closet. So I am trying to see if I can find one that is affordable.Qupid Penelope pumps green 1
The green pumps from Qupid are the same style as the cobalt blue pumps featured in How to wear blue high heel pumps. They are cheap faux leather pumps. They ordinarily cost $44. I purchased them for $25. Yes, they are cheap. I know some girls would never put their feet inside $25 faux leather shoes…

Wish-listed white denim pencil skirts

Current Elliott The Stiletto white Pencil Denim Skirt green lanvin draped top Qupid green Penelope Aranaz Parajo clutch

I would love to be able to try this outfit. The white denim pencil skirt is from Current/Elliott. It’s their “The Stiletto Pencil denim skirt”. It’s available via mytheresa.com at a $332.00 price tag.Current Elliott The Stiletto Pencil denim skirt

Needless to say $332.00 isn’t affordable for me right now. I could get the skirt using a credit card but that would be a crazy and irresponsible thing to do. If you can’t pay for it in cash without risking not being able to pay all your bills, you can’t afford it with credit either. So this look will go on my list of outfits I will try out when my financial circumstances afford purchasing a $332 skirt. I’m envisioning a look that includes some gold tone accessories to go with the clutch, red nails and a red lip.

Vanessa Bruno white denim pencil skirt

Green Qupid Penelope pumps white denim pencil skirt white blazer cream blouse outfit

Here’s another look I’d love to try. It pairs a Vanessa Bruno white denim pencil skirt with an ecru Isabel Marant Reese voile top. Add a matte white Barathea wool Victoria Beckham Fitted Tuxedo Jacket. So far there’s nothing green to make green pumps work with this look. Although personally I think green pumps can work with this look by themselves. But I’ve thrown in a green multi Jérôme Dreyfuss Zig-Zag Shoulder Bag and some additional green accessories (an ISHARYA Serpent Druzy Statement Necklace, a green lens Ray-Ban – RB3362 Cockpit Sunglasses and a David Yurman Albion Ring with Green Onyx in Gold). The same point is to be made about wearing $25 pumps with items that cost from $375 – $2700. A woman who can pull $4,580 worth of items from her closet in just 4 pieces probably doesn’t have a pair of $25 pumps in her closet.

Vanessa Bruno white denim pencil SkirtPurchase via Mytheresa.com

Penelope pumps green Qupid

Since I can’t find any suitable white denim pencil skirts in my affordable price range, I am looking at some white skinny jeans instead. I’ve put a pair of white skinny jeans and a green blazer in my Amazon shopping cart. Whether or not I’ll actually purchase them remains to be seen. But something visually similar to the above is what I might try for with the green pumps. White skinny jeans, a white shirt and a green blazer with gold accessories and a beige shoulder bag.

And when I can afford to spend a few hundred dollars a white denim pencil skirt, then I’ll try one or both of the other two looks, maybe with a different pair of green pumps.

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