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Sunglasses: Karen Walker, Bodysuit: Theory, Watch: Larsson & Jennings, Culottes: Zara, Bag: Celine

There’s a Zara next door to my new office, making it far too easy to pop in after work when I’m feeling uninspired by what’s in my closet. Sometimes I get something practical like these navy culottes, other times it’s a gold seventies-esque dress.

Photos by Christina Emilie

10 button front skirts under $50

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Sunglasses: Celine, Tee: Who What Wear x Target, Watch: Larsson & Jennings, Skirt: Target, Bag: Rebecca Minkoff, Espadrilles: Oscar de la Renta

Like flare jeans and boho dresses, button front skirts are a key piece in the ’70s style resurgence. I’m partial to dark denim versions, mini or a midi with a little slit made by simply undoing a few from the bottom. This skirt was a steal, along with many others I considered, so I rounded up 10 that will be perfect for the end of summer and into fall!

10 Button Front Skirts Under $50

Photography by Christina Emilie

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Top: c/o W by Worth, Pants: c/o W by Worth, Watch: Larsson & Jennings, Pumps: Saks, Bag: Celine

Continuing my Instagram takeover here today with this summer office look! The Lola pants are honestly my most comfortable tailored pants to date — soft, stretchy and just fitted enough. I love that this colorblock tank is a little longer in the back (perfect to wear with leather leggings in the fall) and how the black panel ties in my accessories. I recently got this bag on Trendlee after what felt like forever searching for the perfect, timeless black bag. A few coworkers and I stalk their new arrivals emails each week — so tempting, I have my eye on this one now!

Photography by Christina Emilie