Wedding Glam in a Mesh Midi Skirt

After all the fabulousness we got to see at Solange’s wedding, I now view wedding style in a whole new way. Jumpsuits. Crop tops. Tulle skirts. Sure, why not? One of my best friend’s got married last weekend. She’s a seasoned New Yorker and is always challenging style norms. So, I knew her wedding wouldn’t be conventional.

Remember the boohoo mesh skirt I featured in my Vintage Style Inspired by Diana Ross post? Well, I finally got to wear it out to an event. For the wedding, I paired that skirt with a sleeveless, high-neck, crop top. Both pieces are the same color, creating a right-on-trend monochrome look. Given the cut of the top and the volume of the skirt, I kept my jewelry minimal, wearing drop earrings, a cuff, and rings only.

Top—℅ boohoo

Skirt—℅ boohoo

Shoes—Sophia Webster for J.Crew | option
Clutch—Kate Spade

Earrings—J.Crew wood tassel earrings (on sale in-store)

Rings—Gorjana Teagan ring & Wanderlust + Co, J.Crew orb ring

Watch—Michael Kors

Lip—Mac “Rebel” lipstickMac “Currant” lip pencil
Blush—NYX powder blush in mocha

Location: St. Francis Xavier College Church

Chances are you’re attending a wedding this season. How might you stretch your style?


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    • June 10, 2015 / 8:23 pm

      Thanks, Aleczandra. The longer length of this crop top made it just perfect.

  1. May 26, 2015 / 12:37 am

    Lovely. Perfectly put together

  2. May 26, 2015 / 2:42 pm

    gorgeous! i originally thought it was a dress… but crop top and skirt even better! you look fabulous!

  3. June 11, 2015 / 9:37 am

    I love the pink/fuchsia tipped shoes with that berry colored two piece. I never would have thought to put those colors together, but it looks great. Note taken!

  4. Anonymous
    May 11, 2016 / 6:29 pm

    You look fabulous. I love the midi look with the flowy tule. Totally my inspiration for a wedding next week.