Diversity Chic | Skirting the Rules

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Have y’all missed Diversity Chic as much as I have? I’ve been ITCHING to do this post since we came up with the theme and I’m so glad it’s here! In case you missed our first few installments of Diversity Chic (is this number five already?!), here’s what we’re all about:

Diversity Chic is a collaboration of Dallas bloggers showcasing current fashion trends on a variety of skin tones, hair colors, body types and heights. Each month we will feature a new trend tailored to our personalities and style.

Our focus is to explore the world of fashion in its unique, diverse, and stylish manner – one trend at a time.


This month, we’re featuring the ultra feminine silhouette that’s perfect for ANY body type…the A Line skirt. As you can see, they come in all kinds of patterns and colors and I’m crazy about every single one of them. You can see some of my past outfits featuring A-Line skirts here, here, here and here.


The best part about A-Lines (besides the fact that they universally flatter every body type by accentuating the smallest part of the body) is you can dress them up or down as much as you want, depending on the occasion! Graphic T, printed blouse (like Stephanie rocked), chambray shirt, tank top, fitted t shirt (Sevi even worked some pattern mixing in), sleeveless button down (bonus points if you tie it like Jordan)…you name it, it works with an A-Line. I would say the only “rule” with A-lines is you want to make sure the waist is defined. If you wear an untucked flowy shirt, you’re going to look larger since the skirt is flowy. Tuck or tie your top and you’re good to go!

Shirt: Cents of Style ($15ish; similar; similar; similar for less than $10!) | Skirt: Poppy and Dot ($31; similar; similar) | Shoes: DSW ($20; similar; similar) | Necklace, earrings and bracelet: Rocksbox ($19/month, use code valerybrennanxoxo for a free month!)





Thanks so much to Esther Huynh for these beautiful photos! Make sure to follow Esther on Instagram, she has the DREAMIEST account! Also thanks to the Vintage House for providing the perfect spring setting for our photos. If you’re near Carrollton, stop by this adorable pink house for a HUGE selection of gifts and pretty things.


And here’s one more because the pink walls at the Vintage House are just TOO gorgeous…


What will we choose for next month’s trend?! Actually we already have June AND July picked out but you’ll just have to stay tuned to find out!



3 thoughts on “Diversity Chic | Skirting the Rules

  1. I work like walking distance from the pink Vintage house! Just on the other side of 35 and Belt Line, in Carrollton! crazy coincidence! – As usual, great pics! My fave combination is Sevi’s

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