Recently, I saw blogger Emily Duncan modeling Sloane & Ivy’s Blackpool skirt and knew that I had to have it. The Blackpool skirt has such intricate details that truly make it one-of-a-kind! And for $58, this piece’s price cannot be beat!
The Blackpool Skirt is made by Styled by London. This designer runs a little small, so wearers may need to go up a size. For me, it sits more on the waist, rather than the hips. Kate, Owner of Sloane & Ivy, tries to curate pieces that are washer-friendly and this skirt is machine cold wash. How awesome is that!? Like n: Philanthropy, a portion of the proceeds from this top go to a good cause, the LA Children’s Hospital.
What I love about this skirt is all of the colors; it allows for the wearer to play around with all different types of tops and accessories. I love the white flowy off-the-shoulder top that the model is wearing in the picture. I went with the Medfield Tank in black, since the skirt featured enough colors and then threw on the Soho Jean Jacket for a more casual look and to add just a little bit of color. For accessories, I added a necklace from What’s Your Sign Baby by Alyson Adelman – Wells. Sloane and Ivy currently has a selection of pieces from the collection.
The boots are Diane von Furstenberg from many years ago. Here are some similar ones.
Be sure to check out Sloane and Ivy’s spring wardrobe! What pieces are you adding to your wardrobe for spring?