At this stage I'll be wearing a burlap sack by the end of the month. Well, I would be, except I don't currently own a burlap sack and I'm under a self-imposed ban on buying new things. My fluffy bathrobe it is, then.
Here's another wrap-up.
|I got this skirt in Cambodia. I love its bright waistband|
but it's oddly tight in places. The shirt is Cue. The day I wore
this I spilled sweet chilli sauce all over it.
|This dress cost me $25 from Coles' Mix range.|
I always wear it with this brown stretch belt.
However, it's a bit tight around the thighs now.
|I'm never sure if I can pull off animal-style prints.|
But I do love this beige Basque skirt, and wear
it often. It was a lot looser on me when I first got it.
|I got this Zara top in Hong Kong airport last September.|
I didn't try it on beforehand, I just loved the neckline & owl print.
However it rucks up over my bust a bit.
FASHION! IT'S FRUSTRATING AND CONFRONTING!
"Midway through the "Wear My Wardrobe" February challenge" I miss understood I thought the challenge was to wear all your clothes at the same time in Feb. Which I admit given Brisbane's pestilential weather in Feb I thought you quite mad.ReplyDelete
This is a much better idea. Like the House Stark Badge, or indeed any Game of Thrones Accessorizing.
I was actually thinking of wearing all of my GoT badges during my recaps of the upcoming Season 3. Like, a photo a week. Because I'm a nerd.
You've got a nice smile!ReplyDelete
How did you finish the month of "Wear your wardrobe"?ReplyDelete