Wednesday, April 25, 2012

What I Wore | I Feel Pretty + Kosher Casual Review

What I'm Wearing: Floral Blouse H&M // Denim Pencil Skirt c/o Kosher Casual // Oxford Heels, Necklace, Earrings, Belt, and Sheer Tights Forever 21 // Leaf Bracelets 'ZAD via Little Black Bag

Earlier this month Kosher Casual contacted me about doing a product review of their company. As you can see, I said yes. I looked over everything on their site and finally decided on this denim pencil skirt. I picked it for a number of reasons. 1st) You can never have too many pencil skirts {denim too}. 2nd) It has an adjustable waistband {I wish more ready-made clothes had this}. 3rd) I loved that it had pockets and belt loops.

This skirt came from Israel {that was so much fun!} and it arrived within a week once they shipped it out - I wasn't expecting it to come that fast! It is of good quality and fits well. For sizing reference I went with my hips measurement {size Large}. That made me so nervous. Since I'm normally a small in Woman's sizing {Medium for Juniors}. But this when the adjustable waist comes in handy, I just made the waist as small as possible to fit me at my waist. I can easily see this skirt becoming a staple for me - be prepared to see it styled a lot in the coming months as you can dress it up or down.  


  1. I love your skirt! I just ordered a ruffle one from Kosher Casual :)

  2. I love your shirt! It gives the outfit a fancier look while the denim keeps it casual. Super cute! It looks great on you!


  3. I love how you where your belt like that! How do you do it?

  4. Love it! The shoes are ADORABLE.

  5. Love the skirt and those oxfords are darling!

  6. @Meagan I thought about picking out one of their ruffle skirts.


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