What color pencil skirt can I wear with an orchid color, short sleeve, puff blouse?

What color pencil skirt can I wear with an orchid color, short sleeve, puff blouse? A pencil skirt is so classic and would look awesome with a short sleeve, puffy, orchid color style blouse. You have a number of skirt color options. Nany blue, black, charcoal gray, a darker orchid (purple) or cream color pencil skirt would all be stylish with an orchid color blouse. Naturally you would get more wear from a darker color skirt. Also darker colors are easier to care for. A cream color skirt would look fabulous with your blouse and is very “in-style” any season of the year. However, the downside is that light colors soil more easily and need more tender loving care than dark colors.



What color pencil skirt can I wear with an orchid color, short sleeve, puff blouse?  What color pencil skirt can I wear with an orchid color, short sleeve, puff blouse? What color pencil skirt can I wear with an orchid color, short sleeve, puff blouse?

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Ankle pants and skirts look great with numerous styles of shoes. You probably have some shoes in your closet that will work with both your ankle pants and knee-length skirts. Pump style shoes, flats, oxfords, low ankle shoes, trainers, strappy sandals, wedges, slip-ons, etc. all  look great with ankle pants and knee-length skirts. Choose the shoes for your outfit based on if you are going casual or dressy. A dressy occasion might call for pumps, strappy sandals, fancy flats or some ankle shoe styles. If you are going casual, styles such as flats, slip-ons, trainers, wedge style, low heel pumps ankle shoes and oxfords, can work. Experiment with the shoes you have in your closet before you go out shopping. If you want to purchase a pair of shoes look for something you can get a lot of wear out of and buy quality.

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