top: Michael Kors; skirt: Marc by Marc Jacobs (on sale here!);
shoes: Ecco; jacket: Danier; belt: BCBG; earrings: Aldo;
wristlet: Stella & Dot
It's September, which means I've officially dug out my supply of Hue tights and am beyond excited to embrace a season ahead of dresses and skirts. I picked up this Marc by Marc Jacobs skirt (now 60% off here!) at Nordstrom a few weeks back when I was in Seattle. Despite its light color, I knew it would be a great year-round addition to my wardrobe. I've found myself drawn to jacquard-type fabrics over the last several months, for its classy, regal offset. My only issue is the lack of stretch with this type of woven fabric. I've been so spoiled for years now where nearly every pair of pants, every skirt I own has the slightest bit of stretch. I recently ordered a pair of jacquard pants with zero stretch; serious consideration is going to have to be given as to whether they stay or go. How do you feel - is the lack of stretch in garments a deal breaker for you?