Three Ways to Style a Fold-Over Mini
Want a twist on pleats, pencils, and A-lines? This versatile update to the wrap is super-flattering, thanks to an asymmetrical cut and strategically placed piping. From the workplace to brunch with the girls, we show you three different ways to style your new favorite spring staple--the fold-over mini (Cotton-polyester, Sea, $310; at the Webster, 305-674-7899).
1. A quilted jacket and ankle-strap flats take the skirt to work—at least in creative fields. Is your office more formal? Slip on tights and sleek heels.
Jacket Cotton-polyester, ATM Anthony Thomas Melillo, $415; barneys.com. T-shirt Modal-silk, Kain Label, $88; kainlabel.com. Cuff Silver plate, R.J. Graziano, $45; rjgraziano.com. Bag Leather, Rag & Bone, $395; at Rag & Bone, 212-219-2204. Flats Leather, Vince Camuto, $98; vincecamuto.com.
2. Put on a fuzzy pink sweater, and this go-anywhere piece even suits weekends. A compact backpack and shiny brogues are the only accessories you need for a laid-back yet stylish brunch look.
3. To emphasize the oh là là factor of the peekaboo cutout, pair the mini with sexy booties. An untucked textured top and a cobalt shoulder bag add to the playful mood.
Sweatshirt Cotton blend, Vince, $275; saks.com. Necklace Nylon rope and brass, Holst + Lee, $175; holstandlee.com. Bag Leather, Michael Michael Kors, $248; at select Michael Kors Lifestyle stores. Booties Leather, VC Signature by Vince Camuto, $275; lordandtaylor.com.
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