Sunday, March 8, 2015

My Week in Outfits


The beginning of the week was a bit of a false start. I was feeling like absolute rubbish so my outfit of the day posts would have consisted of PJs and hoodies. But by Wednesday I was feeling a bit better and putting on some make up and pretty dress always helps me cheer up a little too


Wednesday


Brown boots - Evans

I was a little anxious about this outfit. I wasn't sure about wearing tights with this dress to work, as it felt kinda short to me. I do actually like my legs - they are shapely and strong, they carry me where I want to go, and in my opinion they look damn fine in a skirt - but on the way to the bus stop on Wednesday morning I had a bit of a crisis of confidence. Suddenly the skirt seemed very short! But I rode it out and when I saw the pictures I was pleased with them. My legs are not skinny, slender, thin, but they are strong and shapely and the do look good in a skirt!

Thursday



Turquoise cardigan - M&S (old)

Last time I wore this dress I paired it with my mustard cardi, but this time I went for the turquoise and I am loving the combination. I still think this dress is a tad too long on me so I might take it up a little. I think the length is slightly unflattering and makes me look a little dumpy - thoughts?

Friday




Navy Phyllis Doll dress - Collectif



Saturday



Mustard cardigan - Next

(Apologies for the crappy picture. Damn my phone at night) I think it has become pretty clear that I love my Dolores dress. Had an early Women's Day celebration with my girls. We went to see the absolutely wonderful, and hysterically funny Caitlyn Moran (monstrous girl crush alert!) with Bridget Christie and Shazia Mirza. I am not going to evangalise, but it was amazing. And I felt great in this outfit. I think it's really important to remember that you don't have to be anti-feminine to be feminist. 


Sunday




This dress is too fabulous. Full review coming this week...

Have a good week sweeties x 

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