Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Style Remix: Ways to wear a cobalt blue skirt



This cobalt blue skirt from Ann Taylor remains one of my favorite pieces from my own closet. I feel a bit intimidated by the color at first but surprisingly, it's unbelievably versatile. I've been wearing it countless times since last year and will continue to find ways to recreate different looks. Today, I'm participating in Putting Me Together's One Piece, Many Ways link up. If you're looking for ways to remix your wardrobe, I highly suggest you check this feature out. Hope everyone had a great Labor Day weekend!

 

What I am wearing: 
Skirt: Ann Taylor *old* (buy similar here or here)
 Shoes: Target wedges *old* (buy similar here or here

 




22 comments:

  1. Love this skirt! I love this remix, the leopard and cobalt is my favorite :)
    Ginny

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  2. I have a skirt this exact color and I've NEVER worn it!!! :( I actually also have a leopard sweater...hoping for cooler weather so I can try it out! So glad I stopped by...you've got some great ideas! That's a beautiful color on you! Stopping by from Audrey's link up! Holly @ The Young Museum

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  3. great skirt! My favorite is the sweater vest and booties but the leopard is a close second.

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  4. That's a pretty skirt and very versatile. Your sunglasses are gorgeous!

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  5. It's a bold color but pairing with neutrals as you did makes it work! Beautiful!

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  6. I love all of your outfits with the blue skirt. You have a nice pair of ankle boots.

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  7. I love the bright color blue. Such a fun color. Oh Sydney those pictures are lovely as well.

    xo
    Sam
    http://fabulouspetite.blogspot.com

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  8. I love cobalt, I think it's such a great color and goes with so much. LOVE all the ways you wore this skirt!

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

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  9. Love the skirt...I have one that is a similar color, it is so versatile!

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  10. The blue is such a gorgeous blue, I think you wear it really well. I have a red skirt from Ann Taylor that I love too and wear it all the time lol

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  11. Ohmigosh, this is beautiful! I think it looks fabulous with the neutral blouse in this post, and I totally love it with animal print too!

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  12. Such a pretty colored skirt! I remember that skirt at Ann Taylor and wanted to buy it but never did. Now I'm totally regretting it. Love it, sydney! :)

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  13. Great outfit, I love the neutral blouse.

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  14. I love cobalt too and this skirt is so pretty! Great remixing!

    cute & little

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  15. Stunning! All your outfits are just stunning!

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  16. You look beautiful! It's funny because I am sometimes intimidated by cobalt blue as well, but so drawn to it at the same time. I love that it actually goes with so many things. I really like all the pairings you have on this post - I'm always trying to recreate new outfits with the pieces in my closet and it can be a challenge sometimes. I'm definitely checking out the feature - thanks for the info! :)

    <3, Christine

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  17. I really love that color!! It's such a rich, deep tone. I know what you mean though, I think any piece with a brilliant tone kind of intimidates me at first too because I always worry that it's too bright or flashy... but at the same time, it's also a really versatile item. You did a great job with these pairings. I love the one paired with the leopard top! You look beautiful :) Hope you had a great week too!!

    Christy
    Sunny with A Side of...

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  18. Great remix! I actually did cobalt for my remix too - I have a pair of cobalt pants that I love so much. Who knew cobalt would be so versatile?!

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  19. I am so glad you stopped by my blog so I could find you! I love cobalt blue - especially paired with leopard print! I can't wait to see more of your posts! I followed you via blog lovin!! Blessings and go Bucks! Susan

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