If I had a fashion godmother, one wish I would love to ask: can I own every color and print of tea-length skirts in the mall?

Few days ago, I confessed my love for off shoulder tops and dresses, and now another fondness is about to reveal: my love for tea-length skirts. I know it is not that surprising as you can see me wearing skirts most of the time, but one day I woke up planning to buy every print and color I see in the mall – well maybe, one of the reasons is its trait of being an all-around bottom.

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Parallel with pants, tea-length skirts can be matched with anything; from shirts to blouses to button downs, from flats to heels to sneakers, each of it appears to look great with them even a pair of gladiator flats!

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This tea-length skirt with polka prints has the perfect silhouette, fabric and color that suit to my gladiator flats. With its see through fabric, my flats became an accent to my overall look instead of looking like an excessive touch.

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As with my top, I opted for a plain white sleeveless to match with the skirt and to maintain the harmony of light shades.

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For my accessory, I just sported a brown clutch with gold strap and wore it as my cross-body bag to accentuate my ensemble through dark and metallic shades.

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As a result of pairing plain components with the skirt, my ensemble did not appear to look costumey but a chic and elegant smart casual get-up! What do you think?

On Trice Nagusara: Top Clothing Rack by KM | Skirt Gift from Anagon | Bag SM Parisian | Shoes Sheos Manila

Shot by Seph Cham

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