This outfit isn't exactly cutting edge. It takes me back to my Target cashiering days when I struggled to come up with khaki + red combinations that weren't baggy chinos and a polo. Despite my efforts, I don't think I ever came up with a winning ensemble.
For some strange reason, I kept thinking I needed a basic khaki pencil skirt to add to my collection of wardrobe basics. This was a month or so ago, not 10+ years ago as a Target employee, which would've made a whole lot more sense.
I figured $15 for this one at Old Navy as worth it, but now that it's spent some time in my closet, I'm wondering why I ever thought I needed it. Not that it was a BAD purchase. Is there such a thing? Enlighten me. Sorry, that was my shopaholic shoulder devil speaking through my fingertips. I just told her to shut her mouth and stop draining my bank account. I'm onto her wicked ways.
All the "experts" say to invest in basics, but do you know what items go unworn the most in MY closet? The basics. Explain to me why this is, if you dare.
Skirt: Old Navy
Shoes: Jessica Simpson Collection