Skirt Week Day 4: Chambray and Pallets







This stack of pallets was behind my local Lowe’s, and I had to take advantage of it, because I thought it was so unique. It does a good job of showcasing this chambray shirt and patterned pencil skirt combo. I added my DIY leopard bead necklace for a bit of pattern mixing and slipped on my current favorite pair of shoes and called it a day.

ps. Guys! I found Style On Target’s first known snarky internet comment yesterday! SUCCESS (and thanks stranger for visiting my blog)! I’ve officially made it on the blogging scene. Next stop is a book deal, I think?! ;)

pps. Not too late to join up the Skirt Week linkup below!

Skirt link-up
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3. I’m planning on using the hashtag #skirtweek2014 on Instagram, and I’d love to be able to see you all on there with that hashtag as well!

Can’t wait to keep seeing your looks!!



  • you are wearing all of my favorite target skirts this week! i have always loved this one and searched for a long time before i found one for myself on ebay! i love it with the chambray!

    • Thanks, Heidi (I did it just for you ;)). I love this one lots and find that it goes with tons, since the pattern is so subtle!

      • i agree, and sometimes it looks olive green and sometimes it looks more brown depending on the light, so i like that versatility too!

  • Kaci

    Yay for chambray! I finally got a chambray shirt last month, so I love seeing ways to style it!

    • Oh man, love me some chambray. I don’t think this shirt fits great though, so I might need to find another one, soon!

  • Sarah Simpson

    I love that you find internet snark about yourself and you’re proud :) Moving up in the world!

    • Hahaha. Sarah – it didn’t start out that way, but I’ll try to turn it into a positive!

  • Sarah

    What a cool pattern! And what would we have done if chambray shirts weren’t in style?