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Fabulous Find of the Week: Joe Fresh Printed Skirt


Back in March, department store JCPenney opened up Joe Fresh pop-up shops, which is exactly where we found this week’s Fabulous Find. This cinch-waist skirt has an on-trend abstract print, plus the pretty blue color means it can be paired with a number of different hues.

We think this easygoing skirt is perfect for summer – whether you pair it with a graphic tee or a nice blouse, it adds an effortlessly chic look to any outfit. Want to see what this Fab Find looks like? Just scroll on down to check it out, as well as three cute ways to style this skirt for summer:

The Skirt:

Joe Fresh Blue Printed Skirt
Joe Fresh Print Skirt in Blue — $19 at JCPenney

Outfit Inspiration

If you like cheap and chic skirt, then you’re going to love the outfits we put together for inspiration. Read on to find out three stylish ways to wear this week’s Fabulous Find:

Outfit #1: Comfy Casual

Joe fresh printed skirt, chambray top, woven flats
Product Info: Skirt- JCPenney, Belt- Topshop, Top- Piperlime, Bag- Nordstrom, Shoes- Charlotte Russe, Bracelets- Nordstrom

Create a casual, yet polished look with this Fab Find by tucking a chambray button-up into the skirt. Next, add a black-and-gold belt, which not only helps to define the waistline, but also adds visual interest. Neutral cut-out flats are a comfy, yet stylish choice, while this fringed handbag adds a bright pop of color. Accessorize with several delicate mix-and-match charm bracelets to complete the ensemble.

Outfit #2: Sweet & Girly

Joe fresh printed skirt, yellow top, wedges, white bag
Product Info: Skirt- JCPenney, Bag- ASOS, Top- Zara, Necklace- Dorothy Perkins, Nail Polish- Essie, Shoes- Dorothy Perkins

This next outfit is a bit dressier than the last, and would be ideal for a casual evening get-together. Start by pairing our Fab Find with a feminine eyelet cami – we love the way a pale yellow pairs with the eye-catching blue of the skirt. Wedge sandals continue the dressy feel of the outfit, while a matching chain-strap bag adds a sleek touch. For the finishing touches, accessorize with an adorable bird-shaped necklace and paint your nails a bright blue shade.

Outfit #3: Down by the Sea

Joe fresh printed skirt, graphic tee, sandals, straw clutch
Product Info: Skirt- JCPenney, Earrings- Max & Chloe, Top- J. Crew, Bag-, Sunglasses- ASOS, Shoes- Zara

Our final look is nautical-inspired – a cute choice for a summer getaway! A seahorse graphic tee pairs nicely with the printed skirt, while metallic-trimmed flat sandals add a fashion-forward touch. Anchor earrings continue the nautical vibe, while a straw clutch gives the outfit textural interest. Last but not least, accessorize with a pair of oversized sunnies.

Your thoughts?

What do you think of this week’s Fabulous Find? Would you buy this Joe Fresh skirt? Which look is your favorite? How would you wear the skirt? Remember to leave a comment below and tell us what you think!

Posted on on May 27, 2013 / Filed Under: Shopping / Tags: , , , , ,

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7 Responses to “Fabulous Find of the Week: Joe Fresh Printed Skirt”

  1. 1
    May 27th, 2013 at 5:27 pm

    Honestly, I didn’t even like the skirt that much at first. But, the first and last outfits are awesome. Middle outfit’s not really me…but I do like the necklace.

  2. 2
    May 27th, 2013 at 7:06 pm

    I don’t think the Joe Fresh line was very well done.

  3. 3
    May 27th, 2013 at 7:53 pm

    The skirt is pretty, but after the Bangladesh factory collapse, I’m wary of purchasing products from retailers that supported the lax building codes there. Perhaps CF could write a column on how to find more ethically produced clothing?

  4. 4
    May 28th, 2013 at 11:42 am

    That skirt really is a fabulous find! Love the color and the fabric. Also, I’m still loving that seahorse shirt. So adorbs!

  5. 5
    May 28th, 2013 at 7:22 pm

    Just bought the skirt @ JCP today for $11.00. Looks adorable on. Thanks for the suggestion!

  6. 6
    June 1st, 2013 at 4:52 am

    I really like the skirt, no matter the colour or the pattern are perfect. nice design

  7. 7
    April 21st, 2014 at 10:49 pm


    Thanks for pointing it out! Sustainable clothing is really important especially when people’s lives are in danger. Serena, Vicky, and Joules: how could you ignore such a statement?

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