I wouldn't consider revisiting most of the things I wore when I was younger. It's not to say that it's because it looked that much better on my teenage self (yellow sunglasses are nobody's friend), but I typically think once you've lived through a trend, you're not as keen to try it again. Denim skirts were a big staple for me - there was one micro mini in college that my friends and I shared, which we affectionately named "Xtina" since it was something that Christina Aguilera would have worn in her more promiscuous days. And while I also had my fair share of longer jean skirts, they were never quite right - too stretchy, tight and faded to ever look polished (especially since I paired them with sneakers). The new denim pencil skirts that have been popping up everywhere inspired me to give the look another try and since it's such a far cry from how I wore them the first time around, it doesn't even seem like the same trend.
Throwback Denim Skirt
I started to embrace denim skirts again last year after a fifteen year hiatus. Since I already own one that's more fitted, I bought this mini skirt that has more movement. The vintage a-line shape and metal buttons made this a perfect casual piece to wear for an afternoon ...read more