This week's fashion finds is high low skirts. I wanted to do my last sort of summer item because fall is coming and I can't wait for some other fun clothes to wear. I always wanted a skirt like this but I do have a dress that I designed myself which I got done I think 3 years ago for my 16th birthday and they weren't really popular back then. I am glad they finally caught on because it is such a fun skirt and can be dressed up in a lot of ways.

01 | Classical and Neutral
I thought this would be a nice outfit to wear when your not sure of these kind of skirts. It is very simple and very neutral which is great for a lot of occasions. I love the top and it matched the skirt perfectly for me. The accessories were light and i wanted to keep the colors a little more matchey to give the outfit a cute effect. I would so love to wear this to classes one day.

02 | Modern and Bright
This is the most bold out of all 4 and I think it is a perfect summer outfit out. I don't think i would ever wear it in any season but summer. I love the color of the skirt and I thought a floral top would compliment the color. It is very light and the color scheme is very bright and bold. I thought the white would be a nice contrasting color and white looks good with the outfit.

03 | Glam and Edgy
This is for the non-girly people but they do want a little frill in their outfit. I would love to wear something like this on an evening out. I didn't want to have all black so I added some gray and some gold to give it a more pop of color like what the skirt is doing to. The top's detail is very fun and lace is making it seem more dramatic which i like in an outfit.

04 | Boho and Chic
I think this is my favorite and would love to wear it. I wanted to try a bohemian theme and country girl with this and it turned out pretty good. The peplum top adds more definition to the flowy skirt and i think it would make a fun combination to pair together. The hat and shoes give it the top and skirt a pop of color. I love the color scheme of this set because it is so neutral but stands out.

What would you pair with high-low skirts?