Like the last time I wore the skirt I paired it with a bodysuit-esque top from Free People.
If I could I would wear this denim skirt every single day. At one point in my life I was addicted to jean skirts you would find in the mall at Abercrombie. I must have had at least twenty of them. I got rid of all of them a couple years ago and started wearing mostly denim shorts, but a small part of me still missed the denim skirts. When I saw this skirt by Acne I could no longer deny that my love of the denim mini was still alive and well. However, this version seems more grown-up due to the higher waist, back zipper, and deconstruction. I know that this skirt could seem cool one minute and not so cool next year so I plan on wearing the hell out of it. Fashion moves fast and even when I think I will love something forever it always ends up getting old. Wear what you have now and make sure you wear it till it has holes in it. I don't have to worry about that with this skirt since I paid for all these holes, but let's just hope they hold up or someone could potentially get a peek at my underwear.
Like the last time I wore the skirt I paired it with a bodysuit-esque top from Free People. I think most people might think this top is a bodysuit when they first see it. It has all the typical signs of a bodysuit: long, fitted arms and low scooped back. This is actually just a top and it was a great score at only $48. I love stripes in black and white, especially when they are thin and close together. Snag this top while you still can at the Free People website and I promise you will be wearing it all spring and summer. Showing back never looked so sexy. To add a slightly different texture to the ensemble I wore blue velvet sandals. I snagged these over Christmas for less than $200 and they are made in Italy. They are so comfortable and I am a sucker for velvet in both clothing and shoes.