Styling Printed Pencil Skirts/ Collaboration With Egawmacoi 

  

This time of year , when it is usually cold and stormy in New England, and the days can be so dark and gloomy , I try to incorporate bright colors into my wardrobe as much as possible. I love the colorful pencil skirts from the brand Egawmacoi because they are so cheerful and also offer such versatility. They can all be worn season to season when adding different layers and accessories. Here is the Adine Midi Skirt:  
 It has a traditional pencil skirt fit. It sits at the waist and has a tailored , straight , narrow cut  for a close fit. The hem falls to just below the knee, and because of the way it hugs your curves , it exudes sexiness. 

My first instinct was to pair it with a high pointy heel or strappy sandal both of which are always a good idea to help you look taller, leaner, and more graceful. 

This particular print is such a statement in itself I choose some equally luxurious yet solid pieces to style it with.  

 I also thought it would be fun to wear it with denim and flats for an easy weekend look.  

   
Really , there are endless possibilities when styling this pure silk , beautifully designed skirt.  

   The Egawmacoi brand has many other prints available a at this time. 

    
   
 
* Important note about sizing : with pencil skirts in general , it they are too loose they will add extra volume to the mid-section and a too tight fit will make it hard to walk. Check measurements on the Egawmacoi web carefully.

Thanks so much for checking this out. Hope it was worthwhile for you.

Yours truly,

Jennifer 

Xoxo

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20 thoughts on “Styling Printed Pencil Skirts/ Collaboration With Egawmacoi 

  1. So brilliant! Love how you’re able to mix and match without having to model! Genius! You have an amazing gift my friend, and that green in just gorgeous on you! Pencil skirt fittings are tough… I’ve made the mistake in getting both too large and too tight. Xoxo Amazing job as always mama!

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