Today I read a post on Where Did You Get That, explaining 4 different ways to wear/tie a structured blouse for Spring (you should check it out)! It left me feeling inspired, to do something different today. And at first I was trying to re-create her styles, but realized that wasn’t different! So I took my shirt styling in a different direction…and this is what I came up with. I wrapped my oversized gingham check shirt around my waist, creating a Gingham Check Skirt for Spring!

I am really happy with this styling trick discovery…that my shirt could double as two items! Especially since I have been debating purchasing a gingham check skirt and NOW I HAVE ONE! Clothing can be so versatile if you just give it a chance and play around. Sometimes I forget that style is fun, not about keeping up with the Jones’s, but about trying new things.

a wrap skirt outfit women united graphic statement tee

wearing a button down dress as a duster coat


a gingham shirt tied as a skirtwearing a button down red dress open

So the next time you’re feeling bored, or don’t know what to wear…picture an old piece in a new, different way! Try your shirts as skirts…but remember to be YOU! Don’t copy someone else because you think you should. Take inspiration from others and create your own version.

Get My Look

| Gingham Check Shirt | Gingham Skirts | Graphic Tee | Western Belt | Lace-up Flats (similar) | Yellow Purse | Red Kimono | Red Trench Coat |

This season Pimkie is carrying a lot of Feminism graphic tees, with powerful messages. I’m obviously a fan (link above)! Unfortunately the brand is only available in a few European countries, but Feminist Apparel (US site) sells a lot of great stuff as well…It’s fun wearing clothes with a positive message.

Re-create my flats with this Ribbon DIY

See my other First Week of Spring Looks: Jump into Spring, Graphic Sweatshirt, Tulle Tank Top

Start your Spring Shopping: Sandal Wishlist, Spring Staples