I want to bring you another review of Dia&Co’s spring box. To refresh your memory, a few months ago I did a post on Dia&Co. In case you forgot, Dia&Co is a personal styling service that delivers a hand-picked selection of clothing predetermined by your preferences. For a recap on Dia&Co and how the styling service works, check out my last post here.
Now, onto the coolness! This Spring, Dia&Co sent me a box I loved so much that I will have to do it in TWO posts! That’s right two outfits, ONE WEEK! The first piece I decided to style was this flowwy long black skirt.
If you look at any of my past posts, you’ll realize I am not the type to wear long flowwy clothing…UNTIL NOW :). I am so thankful to the people down at Dia&Co for actually opening my eyes to the possibilities of maxi skirts. I kinda want to live in mine!
Now what’s a maxi skirt without some accessories? I am not the biggest “accessorizer” but I am trying to become one. I am trying to step out of my comfort zone and learn when to use lots of accessories and when too many accessories cause a distraction. But back to the skirt! The band around the waist is unique because it doesn’t crunch up but it isn’t tight either. Around my waist I measure 42″, so I’ve shied away from a lot of peplums and garments that are tight around the waist. My body legit has 5 sizes depending where you measure me, so as of late I’ve been wearing more loose-fitting clothing. THAT’S GOING TO CHANGE!
I believe that layered maxi skirts are an awesome alternative for women who aren’t comfortable wearing maxi dresses that are form-fitting.
I hope you get a chance to check out Dia&Co ‘s styling service. Come back later this week to check out the second outfit I am gonna style! Hint: Nautical meets Polka Dots!