Every girl has that basic go to core piece in their closet that transforms depending on the mood or occasion. Tonight I’m highlighting the Diana (cocktail) skirt by local brand Senza Tempo. Designer Kristen Faranakis has a penchant for timeless clothing that’s inspired from the past. This skirt in particular is inspired by Diana Vreeland, the iconic editor of Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue from the 1930’s – 1970’s who helped shape the culture of fashion in the modern world.
Diana Vreeland was never afraid of color (she pursued the perfect red) or accessories. That’s why I chose statement jewelry to transform my outfits to go from day to night. These bold silver accessories from Gold Creations piled on this turtleneck sweater is a daytime look, but can easily transition to a date night or girls night out.
A crisp white shirt is a no-brainer with this skirt. I especially love the tux twist like this one from Shirtini. Paired with these tiered tassel earrings from Hart, you’ll be holiday ready in a second.
If your obsessing over this Diana cocktail skirt then this is the time to scoop one up because it’s on sale for $407, along with select styles on their site through Christmas. It’s investment pieces like these that you’ll have in your closet forever. All of the garments are made in L.A. and are lined with silk habatoi, giving you that luxe feeling every time you slip one on. If your looking for more ways to wear the skirt there’s plenty of ideas on Senza Tempo. As Diana Vreeland said “Give ‘em what they never knew they wanted.”