Here’s a fun fact most of you will not know about me: in junior high I starred in a very low-budget production of Grease as the one and only head of the Pink Ladies, Rizzo. AKA the badass. AKA the slut. AKA the feminist queen with the short hair and I-don’t-give-a-f**k attitude.
I know. You’re SHOCKED. 😏
Aside from the horror of singing on top of a track and dancing semi-suggestively around a fake bedroom in my PJs in front of an audience of peers and parents, I was super into the attitude – and the outfits.
(All photos by Andy Nichols)
As you can imagine, when I found this 1950’s wool pink pencil skirt while vintage shopping my mind immediately hearkened back to those conflicting days and I couldn’t wait to style it for every occasion.
Or at least two occasions. But I think you and I both know that there exists a myriad of options with a gorgeous, tailored pencil skirt.
Unless you don’t? If you want to see more styling options for this pink lady – just let me know in the comments and I’ll see what I can do for fall! 😘
She looks too pure to be pink – Rizzo
Outfit one is the sedate lady, the work lady, the “I’ll play by your rules but I’ll do it my way, in other words while wearing a pink pencil skirt” lady.
Black tights, oxfords, a turtleneck and simple accessories let the skirt do all the talking. And a beautifully made, heavy wool, vintage beauty like this skirt deserves to steal the spotlight. She shouldn’t have to compete with any office Becky for hers!
Outfit two is a fun girls day or date day outfit. Too casual for night, but just right for brunch and shopping or heading to a museum; funky enough to carry you through most occasions and still plenty casual not to get called out if you end up drunk and in…say…a ball pit. WHAT?! I swear that’s never happened…
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