Striped Wrap Skirt.

top // skirt // heels

I posted this skirt to Instagram a couple weeks ago and got so many questions about it. It’s kind of just the best. I am (as always) on the hunt for good separates that I can easily mix and match with pieces I already have in my closet, and immediately gravitated toward this one. I paired it with a crop top (an old favorite!) that I bought a couple years ago (see it in action here when I used to be glamorous and here with a denim skirt!)

The skirt is pretty versatile though – while this look is pretty dressy I could dress it up even more with my favorite camisole or something sequined (this bodysuit is amazing). Or for something more casual I can see myself wearing all summer with easy tank tops, or even layered over a swimsuit on vacation.

I hope you guys had a great weekend! I head back to the US from Cuba tonight – so excited to tell you all about the trip when I’m back & settled!

Outfit Details: Susanna Monaco Crop Top // DVF Stripe Skirt (also here) // Manolo Blahnik Heels // Chanel Purse // Polaroid Sunglasses

photography by Trent Bailey.

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  1. Looking good, Grace! I wouldn’t be able to carry the skirt off myself but you look stunning, as usual! 🙂

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  2. Allie says 5.28.18

    This skirt is amazing! You look beautiful!, I love the tousled wave look.
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    Allie
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  3. Nikki says 5.28.18

    Stunning!!

  4. Cy says 5.28.18

    Love the skirt! Very versatile. Your hair looks so good! That length is perfect on you. Cuba is on my travel list, can’t wait to hear about it and see your post.

  5. Jenn Lake says 5.28.18

    SO chic, lady! Welcome back – can’t wait to hear all about it1

  6. Barbara says 5.28.18

    Absolutely beautiful skirt!

  7. Emma says 5.29.18

    what lipstick color is that, it is beautiful!!

  8. Dana Mannarino says 5.29.18

    Cannot get over this skirt. SO GOOD!

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