For a while now I have been thinking and pondering about my wardrobe. I have to mention that up until a few years ago, I used to choose my clothes based on only one principle. My clothes had to be as simple and as comfortable as possible. And we could say that I didn’t cared too much about how I looked.
However, growing up a little and maybe even becoming more mature, I started realizing that I had to take a little more care of myself. And, just like any lady, I had to start dressing with a bit more care. So I started by first of all cleaning up what clothes I thought were not appropriate anymore. This included over-sized jeans and sweatshirts, which almost hid the fact that I was a girl. And I also got rid of anything that I haven’t word in over a year and decided to give it away or throw it out. It was almost like a cleansing that I needed in order to move a step forward in my life.
But don’t get me wrong, I didn’t suddenly change my style because of appearances. I just moved on to another stage completely willingly. Up until that point I was just a bit afraid to take any risks when it came to my wardrobe. But with a few encouraging words from my dear boyfriend and wonderful sister, I decided to go ahead. And it payed off. I noticed that I liked paying a bit more attention to what clothes I buy and dressing up.
A dark green, simple, midi skirt…
So, after doing all the clean up, it was time for some new pieces to complete my closet. And the among the first things that I bough was a gorgeous dark green, simple, midi skirt, which I wore to a summer wedding. Of course, it was recommended by my sister and I never thought that I could wear anything close to that. But to my surprise, I fell in love with it.
And I decided from that moment on that if I can wear this to a special occasion, why stop there? I am currently still working on my perfect wardrobe but it was the best start that I could ever have. I simply fell in love with midi skirts and I think I will be wearing them pretty often, once I get a couple more inside my closet. So here are just a few wonderful examples of midi skirt designs, which I fell in love with and I hope to wear in the near future:
Today’s featured image comes from Nastya Polyakova via Unsplash.