OOTD: Pencil Me In

Hello everyone…I hope that you all had a wonderful weekend.  Is it sad that I’m already looking forward to the holiday weekend? I love a 3 day weekend.  Do any of you have fun plans for the Labor Day weekend?  Unfortunately, I’ll be in town, but I’m going to enjoy every minute of it.  Anyways, for today’s OOTD I was inspired by the photo below from Anthropologie’s  April 2011 catalog.  I bought this pencil skirt several weeks ago and I’m really glad that I did.  Did any of you try it on at the store?  When I tried it on in my size it was a little snug around my hips, so I had to go up a few sizes.  I wasn’t going to buy it at first because the waist was too big, but I figured that the right belt would solve the problem.  I added the Expanding Diamonds Belt and I think that it worked out perfectly…what do you guys think?  So, I’m not a big fan of my shoes today with this outfit.   I grabbed the first pair that I saw by the door, but I would love any suggestions that you all may have.  Thanks in advance!

Shirt: Anthropologie Lace Tracing Tee
Skirt: Anthropologie San Pedro Pencil Skirt
Belt: Anthropologie Expanding Diamonds Belt
Shoes: Urban Outfitters Pump (similar here)

Inspiration Photo from Anthropologie's April 2011 Catalog

xoxo Natasha


  1. I love your outfit! I think it's even funkier than the Anthro shot, especially with that belt.
    I would pair it with nude coloured pumps instead, or if you're feeling bold, try another bright pop of colour (like purple).

  2. Thanks Amy...I love the suggestions. I haven't gone shoe shopping in a while, so I think a shopping trip is in order.

  3. I adore your version. The wider belt highlights your waist. And your bright, beautiful smile just says it all. I would love to see a natural shade strapy sandal. Something in the same range as the Belt. If you want to be daring, go Yellow.

  4. Thanks Laura for the suggestions...I love the yellow shoe idea. I'm in need of some colorful shoes too!


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