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Gryphon Embroidered Mini Skirt in Multi

Givenchy Fisherman Wedges in Brown - Worn before here with Naven skirt

Little Darlings Hawaii Telle Earrings in White - Thanks to Little Darlings Hawaii

Only Hearts Venice Lace Cup Bralette in Coral - Last worn here with Anna Sui lace shorts and Marni wedges

Abercrombie & Fitch Ribbed Racer Back Tank in Turquoise 

Chanel Classic Sunglasses in Brown - Worn before here with Fendi mary janes, here with Prada nude patent pumps, here with Alaia platforms, and here with Siwy jeans

This skirt caught my eye a few months ago and I waited until it went on sale to snag it.  The bold geometric patterns and chunky yarn embroidery made it stand out from the rest of the mini skirts.  I adore Gryphon skirts and I have worn a scalloped green one before on Fashion Snag encrusted with rhinestones.  Both of my Gryphon skirts were made in India, which is why I think they look so unique.  I like a good silk/cotton blend in fabrics and this skirt consists of just that mixture.  This one is so colorful so I went along with that theme by pairing it with a basic ribbed tank from Abercrombie & Fitch.  I live in these types of tanks all summer long when I am running errands.  I have them in all the colors so I was happy to see that this turquoise one matched the Gryphon skirt perfectly.  I am never afraid of matching items too much.  I think you can have lots of fun with this skirt by pairing it with different color tops or even a different patterned top.  I wore my Only Hearts coral lace bralette underneath.  I've always liked coral/red and turquoise together.  For shoes, I wore my current favorite pair of wedges by Givenchy.  Some white Hawaiian stone earrings by Little Darling Designs completed the summer look.  I think these are my favorite pair of earrings out of all the pieces Kori sent me, but it is difficult to decide. 

xoxo

Jacqueline

 

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