Navy as a neutral with Phillip Lim x Target

6 Nov

Navy is definitely a neutral and people tend to forget that! Though this Phillip Lim x Target skirt wasn’t in as high demand as the Boom sweatshirt or animal print skirt, it’s a solid investment and this week I’ll  show you how to rock this understated essential with one of this season’s hottest trends.

Living_Fiesta- Phillip-Lim-for-Target-Navy-Skirt-2Though you can pair a neutral with almost anything, I like the way this navy skirt looks with Fall 2013’s camel and black trend. Okay, my “camel” is a bit melanin-deficient but it works nonetheless. Since the skirt comes with a black waistband and my top also has black piping all together the two make a natural, seamless look.

Living_Fiesta- Phillip-Lim-for-Target-Navy-Skirt-3To avoid overcomplicating the look with too many colors I added my nude shoes that almost match the top. I love this look because it’s super simple but at the same time super chic. 

 

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Since the outfit itself stuck to the basics, I thought this was the perfect opportunity to rock a bold red lip – and of course I used my new lipstick from Urban Decay.

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Blouse ~ Loft by Ann Taylor | Skirt ~ Phillip Lim x Target | Shoes ~ Arturo Chiang

There you have it. Three simple, yet stylish looks using pieces from the Phillip Lim x Target collection.  Would you like to see more looks like these? Sound off in the comments section below and let me know!

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3 Responses to “Navy as a neutral with Phillip Lim x Target”

  1. E Toni November 10, 2013 at 10:26 am #

    Great styling. The black piping on the blouse ties in to the Navy skirt’s piping makes this look popping.

    • Esta Fiesta November 10, 2013 at 3:12 pm #

      Glad you like it!! I’m thinking of putting up more looks using this skirt…

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