STYLING THIS TARGET MATCHING SKIRT & CROP TOP SET 6 WAYS
🧡🧡Styled this under $50 @target set 6 different ways. 🧡🧡 why I love a set…you can always pair together for an easy go to when you’re in a hurry and don’t have time to think or mix and match the pieces with items you already have in your closet.
Styled the top with these white culotte style jeans and my golden goose sneakers. The top can be tied tighter or more loose and therefore adjusting the length of the top so it’s not so cropped. Jeans are old Zara but linking similar.
styled the top under my H&M overalls. I love these overalls not just because of their under $40 price tag, but also because the fabric is super light weight and great even in the hottest of the Summer months. Raffia slides are also Target.
Paired the top here with a denim skirt and these Target heeled sandal slides for a date night look. I love the asymmetrical detail of the skirt and these Target slides pair well with everything. They are such a great neutral and under $35.
Here is the Target matching set styled together. The no brainer and immediate put together look of a set is why I gravitate towards investing in them together. On days where I don’t have time to think about how to style something, I always have the no brainer option of wearing them together. But for days where I want to put a little more thought into it, I can style however it is that I am feeling. Paired the set here with some old raffia platform heeled sandals by KORS. wearing a size XS in both the top and the skirt and they both run true to size in my opinion.
For look #6, I paired it with a top that added a pop of color (also from Target) and then threw on this white linen blend button up blouse over the top which would be a great look for work or church or to dinner.
So out of the 6 ways I styled this Target 2 piece skirt set, which look is your favorite?
For look #5, I styled the skirt with a graphic tee and sneakers. I rolled the skirt band over once to shorten the overall length of the skirt. I also gathered the tee at the bottom and the tied the excess in a knot in the back so the tee isn’t so bulky. I then cuffed the sleeves of the tee to add just a but more of my style to the look.