Anzevino & Florence Memory Fabric Skirt in Red - Snagged off RevolveClothing.com for $76 (Retail: $215) and grey version worn before here with Nicholas Kirkwood heels and Missoni tube top
Milly Sasha Poodle Sweater in Black - Snagged off RevolveClothing.com for $176 (Retail: $220)
J. Crew Herringbone Tights in Black - Snagged off JCrew.com for $22.50 Retail
The moment I saw this poodle sweater at Revolve Clothing I knew it had to be mine, merely for the fact that the love of my life is a little 2.5 pound white poodle named Teddi. The other love of my life is a black 5 pound poodle named Bella. The sweater also came in white with a black poodle, but I ended up liking the black version better so sorry Bella. I think a poodle sweater and a poodle skirt is something every girl probably wanted from the moment she saw Grease or maybe I am the only one. This was my first piece of clothing by Milly and I think I will be back for more because they also make some darling plaid skirts. The collar on the poodle says Milly, which I find pretty damn cute.
So this outfit came together pretty quickly. I picked out this red memory fabric skirt by Anzevino & Florence first. I tend to gravitate towards girly skirts like these pretty often. I wanted to wear the skirt because it seems like more of a winter skirt with the dark blood red color and all. For a top I wanted to do something different instead of a typical tight long sleeve or short sleeve so I went for the sweater. Pretty soon I was feeling a 50s vibe so I thought I would add the herringbone tights. I was getting sick of the same old black tights. These Jill Stuart jolene booties were something I searched high and low for simply because I think they are so victorian and different. Not everyone appreciates them, but they always make me smile. Over a year ago on Revolve Clothing, they had just about every model sporting these booties, but they were nowhere to be found. However, Gilt Groupe saved the day in the end and I got them for a great price. Whenever I wear them I pair them with full skirts like this one. Old habits die hard.