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Yesterday I saw the movie Cinderella. I’m not a movie critic, but I really enjoyed it. The characters were beautiful, the scenery was beautiful, and the costumes were beautiful. On the other hand, one could argue that this movie is anti-feminist, and that in general, princess fairytales are disempowering to women. But, I don’t really want to engage in that conversation. Cinderella delivered exactly what I needed: an escape to a magical place for a few hours. And, I hate to admit it, but I had a little princess envy when I left the theater. To be clear, I don’t want to actually be a princess, I just want to wear princess dresses.
Fortunately, I found this skirt at Ann Taylor, and it’s rather”princessesque.” It’s very flattering, flowy, and twirls nicely when you spin. I’ve paired it with a rather tailored top, but I think it’d be smashing with a feminine fitted sweater. Wouldn’t a tiara complete this look nicely?
Skirt available at Ann Taylor (click here), everything is currently 40% off. Similar blouse available at Banana Republic (click here), everything there is also 40% off.
I’m going with beautiful. I’m really not sure why dressing all in one color looks stylish instead of boring, but it does. Trust me on this one, the elegance is in the simplicity. You can add a pop of color in your accessories, or not. And, in honor of simplicity, that’s all I’m going to say. Scroll down for shopping info.
Ecru pants available at jCrew (click here). These pants will “grow” one size as you wear them, so definitely buy them tight. Popover blouse available at Banana Republic (click here).