Frame denim striped blouse with silk
Frame denim striped blouse with silk
Dsquared2 Printed Silk Pleated Skirt
Dsquared2 Printed Silk Pleated Skirt

Thought this stripe top and printed silk pleated skirt would make for an interesting outfit idea. The top is from Frame Denim. It’s a 70% viscose 30% silk blouse with navy and yellow stripes on white. It retails for $329.

The skirt is from DSQUARED2. It’s 100% silk with orange, yellow and blue. It’s a floral print skirt with contrasting colors and lots of pleats. It retails for $547.

If I had these items in my wardrobe and I chose to wear them together I would add a fitted blazer.

Balmain green Double Breasted Wool Blazer
Balmain green Double Breasted Wool Blazer – $2.230

This Balmain green double breasted wool blazer might be a bit much, but I like the color. The almost twenty-five hundred dollar price tag is another story altogether.

Sergio Rossi brown suede ankle boots
Sergio Rossi brown suede ankle boots – $629

These brown suede ankle boots from Sergio Rossi probably seem like a crazy choice for this outfit; but I kind of like the idea of going with a color wouldn’t be an obvious match. And ankle boots seem like a good choice for this Frame Denim striped shirt and Dsquared2 printed silk pleated skirt look combination.

Marc Jacobs brown leather shoulder bag
Marc Jacobs brown leather shoulder bag – $539

To justify the brown suede boots I would go with a brown bag like this brown Marc Jacobs leather shoulder bag, which retails for $539. Although, I did see a really nice Nina Ricci orange that I thought would look really nice with the skirt. So maybe I would go with an orange bag and justify the brown suede boots by accessorizing with a brown leather watch and other brown jewelry.

Frame Denim striped shirt and Dsquared2 Printed Silk Pleated Skirt
Frame Denim striped shirt and Dsquared2 Printed Silk Pleated Skirt

This outfit would probably get on numerous bad outfit lists, but I think it would be an interesting look.

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