Style Guide: Asymmetrical Ruffle Skirt


1 Piece 3 Ways: Asymmetrical Ruffle Skirt. It’s a basically self-explanatory little series where I’ll pick one piece and showcase different outfits on how I styled them. To me, they’ll all seem different and I hope it helps someone along if they’re questioning whether or not they think they can pull of something. There are a lot of things I don’t think I can pull off, but it all comes down on whether or not I like the piece. If I like the piece enough, I’ll find some way to incorporate into my closet.

Today is this skirt from the Who What Wear collection at Target. It’s 100% cotton with this amazing asymmetrical ruffle detail.


Here I am in Singapore (and apparently almost head to toe in Target style lol). All sweaty and everything! It was a lightweight and breathable piece to wear in the humid city-country. I styled it with a refreshing white tank tucked in for proportion, my little straw hat, comfortable sandals because we were walking all day, with the only crossbody I brought with me on my trip. Easy, effortless, cool! 



Top: Stitch Fix | Mules & Purse: Target | Earrings: Grayling
When in doubt, more is better. For a morning shopping, I doubled up on some of the ruffles and the asymmetry with this mustard tank. I was getting tired of tucking things in so I left it out and belted it for extra definition because for sure my waist would have been lost without it. There are my white mules because they’re comfortable for a day of walking.


Top: H&M | Duster cardigan: LulaRoe | Heels: Steve Madden | Purse: Alexander Wang
This look was for my nephew’s First Communion, which is a big deal when you’re a Catholic. I paired the skirt with this dressier tank, which has a beaded neckline, added this duster cardigan from LulaRoe because it was chilly that morning, added a little block heel to give it an extra dressed up feel. I also really liked the play on proportions with the deep V and the longer skirt.

That’s it! Questions, comments, criticisms? Leave them below!



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