Spring Style in an African Print Skirt

Africa continues to influence fashion worldwide. From the growing popularity of wax print fabrics to its clear influences on popular jewelry designs, Africa is steering global trends. Last year, Anthropologie launched its Legend & Song collection, a collaboration with artisans from Africa. That collection remains one of my favorite ever at Anthropologie. I purchased a Doreen Mashika skirt from that collection. This skirt is always a conversation starter when I wear it.

So, here we are. New spring season. Same skirt. New look.

Tee—Gap

Skirt—Anthropologie | option

Shoes—Tahari
Earrings—℅ Urbhan Limited

Necklace—J.Crew | option

Bracelet—J.Crew contoured spike cuff (on sale)

Rings—J.Crew sliced ringJ.Crew orb ring

Watch—Michael Kors

Sunglasses—Kate Spade “Tahira”

Lip—Mac “Flat Out Fabulous” lipstickMac “Heroine” lip pencil

Blush—NYX powder blush in mocha

I’m joining the Mix & Match Fashion What I Wore to Work link up.

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8 Comments

  1. May 21, 2015 / 12:26 pm

    Love that skirt and the way you have styled it! The fit and print are so beautiful. #WIWW linkup