Hi guys! Happy Tuesday. I meant to get this live yesterday, but I have a sick husband so my priority was refocused onto him. But now that my work day has concluded and S isn’t home yet, I had some time to get this live.
And honestly today was the perfect day to share this feminine, floral QT because it’s 60% off (what?!) which means it rings in under $25. Since it’s a ‘final sale’ item, let’s get to the important deetz.
SIZE: Since this skirt is final sale, knowing the size recommendation is important. For me, it fits true to size. I have curves due to my large boned hips (that I do well hiding since they annoy me) and my normal size fit perfectly. If you’re an athletic build without much any curves, I’d go down one size.
FIT: The materials used for skirts will make them of break them for me. Due to the bones in my hips, I need structure. That sounds weird, but what I mean is if I wear a cotton-ish, body con-ish fits, my hips have a divet in them (from a bone) that makes it looks like I have a muffin top… when it’s bone. Very unique to my own body, I know. What I’m trying to say is that I cannot wear flimsy, thin, spandex-y skirts that are cheap-o quality. I need a bit of structure and thickness to the material in order for the skirt to fit great and flatter my body type (or odd boney hips you could say). For example, I also tried this skirt which runs large, but also was too flimsy of a material for me.
QUALITY: The quality of this skirt makes it worth the original, $80 price tag. And with that, my mind is blown that you can get it for under $25 right now!
To compliment the skirt’s floral pinks hues, I paired this cotton knit tee that’s only $16! I just recently discovered this brand and have gone coo coo for them because the quality is insanely great and the prices are unmatchable. They remove the middle man (typical retailer like Nordstrom or ShopBop) and sell straight to consumer, so the prices can stay low. They list the estimated retail price for each of their items as well so if this knit was sold at retailers, we’d be paying $40.
I purchased a couple knits from them in my normal size. I like that this one is is not too tight, a brighter pink than the one I mention below and comes in 12 other colors! If you want a very tight look, go down one size.
I also purchased this knit that I shared here. It keeps selling out for so sorry if that’s the case by the time you read this blog post. I love that this one is a true blush color, ribbed and a great option for a fitted look. I’m wearing my normal size and it’s much more fitted than the tee in today’s post.
If you’ve been looking for a great spring skirt, I’ll link other cute options below. Most are under $50.
Thanks for reading! Xo Mindy
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