One Piece Many Ways Linkup

Welcome to the One Piece Many Ways Linkup!  The challenge is to choose one item of clothing and create multiple outfits with it.  Whether it’s two different outfits or ten, the point is to get our creative juices flowing, get us working our closets, and drawing inspiration from each other.  (Read the whole prompt here.)
Today I’m showing my beloved floral pencil skirt worn three ways, and I tried to stick with all white tops to give myself a little bit more of a challenge.  
I wanted to see if I could take the floral pencil skirt + white top base and create different outfits for different scenarios.  I was able to create an outfit for work, a casual one for the weekend, and one that can be worn on a date.
1.  Work/Office.  I’ve shown this outfit before, which I wore to interview someone for our organization.  Our work environment is pretty low key, so a colorful outfit like this is more than acceptable.
Top: H&M  |  Cardigan: Old Navy (similar)
Skirt: Conversation Pieces (similar, similar, similar)  |  Wedges: Target (similar)
2.  Casual.  This time I knotted my t-shirt, though my jacket is covering it in this pic.  I think knotting it rather than tucking it helps it to feel a little more laid back.  A denim jacket and sandals are my go-to pieces for dressing down an outfit–they never fail.
Top: Cotton On  |  Jacket: Target (exact, similar)
Skirt: Conversation Pieces (similarsimilarsimilar)  |  Sandals: Target (exact)
3.  Dressy.  I let this top blouse out a little more, added a simple pendant, green bracelet, and a clutch.  Anytime I want to feel a little dressier and less like I’m in “go” mode I pull out a clutch that won’t allow me to lug around papers, my laptop, or other things that put me in a working state of mind.

Top: Forever 21 (exact)  |  Skirt: Conversation Pieces  (similarsimilarsimilar)
Wedges: Target (similar)  |  Necklace: Old Navy  |  Bracelet: c/o Unique Indie  |  Clutch: DSW (exact)
Alright, it’s your turn!

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Putting Me Together

Can’t wait to see how you guys wore one piece multiple ways!

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