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Style Studio Skirts for Fall

Diagonal Stripe Skirt made with Style Studio app

Recently I have been thinking about fall skirts and what to wear for fall, so I decided that I wanted to design something that I might want to wear for fall. I decided to use our app, Style Studio that we have and design a fall skirt or two or even three!

Style Studio Plaid SkirtMy first skirt is a wider and shorter skirt. The skirt is also more flow-y, so I wanted to do something resembling plaid. I finally decided after playing around a while with the different patterns to do something late fall, early winter. The skirt is such a cute skirt! I would wear the skirt every day if I had it and I might wear it with a cute sweater.

Leaf Skirt made with Style Studio appMy next skirt is a ruffled shorter skirt and I wanted to do something very fall-ish so I and I found a pattern that was like leaves and I decided to use that and recolor it so it looked more like fall. This is also a cute skirt but I don’t like it as much as the first or the last so by now you’re probably dying to know what the last one is as I’ve already made mention of it!

Diagonal Stripe Skirt made with Style Studio appThis one is also extremely cute, it’s a more maxi skirt with stripes that look quite modern. Allegra got a skirt with diagonal stripes like this for her birthday, so I have hope since I have a birthday coming up soon! This one is more of a early fall one, so I would probably be wearing it right now if I had it!!! Anyway maybe one of our next skirts we make or refashion will be close to or almost exactly like one of the skirts I have just designed using the Style Studio app.  Have you ever used Style Studio to design clothing?  It’s really fun, you should try it!

Get flirty with skirts,

Aria

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Skirt Designer – Aria’s Style Studio App Skirts

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Today we are going to present more skirts from the Style Studio app. I love this app because you can click on a skirt make it as short or as long as you want it, and then get ready to decorate it!

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Our first skirt today is this cute pink snakeskin patterned skirt. First, I chose the skirt that I wanted. Then I decided how long I wanted it to be, I decided on the longest length that I could get it. Then I went on to the next stage. This stage is choosing the pattern, I decided on a snakeskin design. The next step is choosing the color. I could have left it the green color it began with, but that wasn’t as chic, so I made it this lovely pink. For decoration, I only used this little pink bow, because I thought with the right clothes, too many decorations wouldn’t look the best. Speaking of clothes what would I wear with this?

pink fleece vest

I think I would wear a pink fleece vest with purple trim like this one.  My Mom has a vest like this, and it is so warm and comfortable.

tall brown boots

On the bottom I would add brown tights, and brown boots.  Mom promised me a pair of boots for my birthday, and I’ve been keeping my eye out for just the right pair.  I think something like this would be very versatile and stylish.

Now for our second skirt!

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This one is a light and dark green floral pattern that reminds me of the rainforest. I made this one like the other one, choosing the skirt, length, pattern and color but I added an extra accessory, pockets! I love skirts with pockets, especially my purple pocket skirt that was a remake for me!

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I would wear this skirt with a green turtleneck because who wants a cold neck when the wind starts blowing in fall?  Not me!  A scarf is another great way to keep your neck warm and scarves are really “in” this season!

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Underneath this skirt I would add black tights and black leather flats.

Well, that’s this week’s Skirt Designer!  Send us photos of something you’ve designed, tell us how you keep your neck warm in winter, if pockets in skirts are a thumbs up or a thumbs down, or anything in the comment section!

Get flirty with skirts,

Aria

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Skirt Designer – Style Studio App with Aria

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Today  we are featuring some skirts Aria designed using the Style Studio app.

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For the first skirt, I started with simple skirt design, with no pattern or decorations.  I picked a pattern I liked and colored it blue.  Then I took a plain belt from accessories and colored it a lighter blue.  I like the clasp on the belt because it looks vintage.  I would wear this with a light blue shirt with ruffled sleeves.

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Look at this one by Ralph Lauren!  Who could wear this and not feel feminine?  I know the color clashes a little bit with the skirt, I’m just using this one for an example!  I wouldn’t really wear these two blues together!

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Black boots would look awesome too!  These are Gabor Astoria Knee High Leather boots.  They have a low heel for riding, and two adjustable metal buckles.  These are a perfect idea!  I mean how many times have you tried on just the cutest boot ever, but the calf was too big or too small?  Problem eliminated!  I think this outfit would be perfect for horse riding!  Seriously, have you see our board on Pinterest featuring horse riding skirts?

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Next I designed a knee-length, fun skirt!  I started with a ruffled skirt and added the cute, vintage floral design.  I then decided to add the pink flower to the top ruffle.

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I might wear this with a light blue turtleneck sweater, tucked in so you could see the flower.  Turtleneck sweaters and fall are like apples and pie, like the Fourth of July and fireworks, like Mom and Dad!  To keep warm below the knee, I would add pink leggings or thick tights.

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You could throw on a hat and gloves like these for added warmth!

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These cuties are from Land’s End, and if you’ve ever bought from Land’s End, you know that name is synonymous with good quality, warmth and good price.

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For shoes, clogs would be perfect!  These clogs are by Dansko in the color raisin.  They are a little more polished than their regular clogs, with a more tapered silhouette.  My Mom had a pair of Dansko Mary Jane clogs that she bought about 10 years ago, and they are still cute, comfortable, and in good condition!  I think this outfit would be perfect for a fall nature walk to look at all the gorgeous tree colors, followed by roasted marshmallows around a campfire just as it got dusk!

Get flirty with skirts!

Aria

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Skirt Designer – Style Studio App Skirts

These are some skirts that I designed on Style Studio, which is an awesome fashion design app by the creators of Fashion Star (Aria posted some designs from fashion star HERE).

wavy blue style studio skirt1. The Optical Illusionista skirt

I used a optical ‘waves’ fabric in periwinkle and yellow and blue. I added an large orchid pattern across the front to make it more interesting and modern. I would wear this with a white button-down shirt and brown or pastel flats.

denim butterfly style studio skirt2. The Denim Butterflies skirt

On this one, I shortened the skirt pattern used in #1, and used a stonewashed denim fabric in dark blue. I added a spray of flowers and butterflies across the front, which if I was selling this skirt, I would totally embroider on. I would wear this skirt with a v-neck hot pink or bright green tee, and matching flip-flops.

pink style studio skirt3. The Candy Butterfly skirt

I used  a simple skirt design for this one, and added the standard stripes in light pink and white, slanting them to the left. I added a graphic butterfly in the same color of pink. I would wear this with a white square-neck tee and pink flats or espadrilles.

blue and yellow style studio skirt4. The Color-block Butterfly skirt

I know, I know, I’m obsessed with butterflies! I shortened the skirt pattern used in #1, and applied the varying stripes fabric pattern in dark blue and yellow, which I love as summer colors. Finally I added a yellow and a blue butterfly just because! I would wear this with a yellow scoop-neck tee and dark blue sling-back straw wedges.

Always be exciting,

Allegra