But I think my new satin skirt is more of a tie-dye design then a batik design! Hey, I don’t even like batik designs. Anyway…
I always have a bit of trouble finding a nice brown sweater or brown cardigan. Dark brown that is. Beige is everywhere! But this season brown seems the new black. So I finally got a brown sweater. I really didn’t have one!
Satin skirt with batik design, tie-dye or cow print?
I immediately fell in love with this satin skirt. A bit tie-dye, but they call it batik, but it actually reminds me more of a cow print. The skirt reminded me of a rug that used to be on the floor with my grandparents. If you are in your early fifties, you must have some idea what I mean.
But this skirt is a satin one so just like silk ones it needs….. corrective underwear! I wore the skirt for the first time when Gerben and I went to the cinema and had dinner beforehand. Sushi! ALL YOU CAN EAT! Well let me tell you what it is about sushi and me. It’s all you can eat and then just a bit more! So you can imagine how the skirt looked like after dinner around the belly area! I didn’t wear corrective underwear then. To do! And eat sushi at a none all you can eat restaurant.
How I wear my satin skirt
Very simple, because I think this outfit doesn’t need much to add. So I bought this sweater with the skirt, and although I am not a fan of a turtleneck, I bought it anyway. And now I want a black one too! I used to wear a lot of black turtlenecks. Because I think they look so damn good on a perfect pencil skirt. But somewhere along the road I didn’t think they looked good on me anymore. But now they are perfect to hide the aging neck! I embrace them again, haha.
I love the golden buttons on this sweater. My brown over the knee boots are perfect for under this skirt. I was doubting if I should wear this necklace or not. The outfit doesn’t need it, but on the other hand it is a good necklace to go with the skirt. What do you think, with or without the necklace?
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