I’ve brought another SKIRT

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Seriously, talk about changing my mind.

Yep. Me.

Here I go again.

Do you remember this post when I said ‘never say never’?

So glad I did.

Why? Because if not, I would be eating my words!

I’ve only gone and bought another short skirt or I should I say it has appeared as if by magic in my wardrobe.

The CR fairies must have brought it home – it wasn’t me 🙂

I

 Quilted Skirt $99.95 size 14  |  Check Shirt $99.95 size 12/M both Country Road  | Shooties Rockport from a couple of years ago.

It’s funny, because I can see how shocked the team are at CR that I, have not only bought another skirt – but that said skirt is also short.

I love shocking everyone occasionally though.

It gives me a giggle.

I say occasionally, because I know these skirts are just a flash-in-the-pan for me.

They’re very much, just for now.

For Autumn/Winter.

I’m enjoying the freedom of mixing it up a bit.

Change is good.

It adds new life to my wardrobe, at the same time as putting a smile on my face.

This skirt also makes getting dressed for work, just that bit easier – all because its different.

We all need to push ourselves – sometimes.

Anyway, my legs are still covered by the opaques, so all’s well in my world.

When it comes to fashion, I think I’ve always been a boundary pusher.

If I remember rightly, this started when I was in junior school.

Yes Junior school – all over a Midi Skirt.

I drove my Mumma crazy begged for a midi skirt that had caught my eye, on a shopping trip to Birmingham. I wanted it so badly, even though I knew all of my friends would wonder what the hell I was wearing.

Back then, it didn’t seem to bother me.

In fact, I can remember feeling excited to wear the latest trend, with not a care in the world.

That’s obviously stayed with me, because if I can find a way to wear a look – then I’m not afraid to give it a go.

The only test it has to pass is, MY test.

I’ll give most things a go, while not moving too far away from my classic style personality.

Knowing I can return to my style in a heartbeat.

So this little skirt is just me having a bit of style-fun.

It’s my twist on ME and I’m LOVING it!

Size wise I struggled to get into the 12…well I got it on but it looked sprayed on. Not a good look on anyone.

So if you are pear-shaped liked me, you may want to consider sizing up. More athletic shapes i.e. slim hips and no butt – you could probably stick with your regular size.

To complete the look, I desperately (I know now very dramatic) needed to add a check to my shirt collection.

My love of blue won over. I couldn’t resist this one.

This outfit has turned into a rather blue affair wouldn’t you say?

In my mind instantly, I knew I wanted to go blue on blue – my favourite colour with a touch of leopard thrown in for good measure of course!

The check, and the quilting is something very different for me…but the leopard?

Well, I just can’t resist wearing these shooties at every opportunity.

The best bit?

I LOVE the whole outfit.

So for now at least, I’m just going to enjoy having a bit of fun – until I come to my senses that is!

Tell me beauties, what’s your favourite colour and your favourite way to wear it? Have you got clothes that fit the fun side of your personality?

 

Nothing Gifted in this post.

 

Its Wednesday which means, I’m linking up with Kimbalikes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bev,

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  • Those shoes! Ugh so glam. Love the skirt – you can never have too many!

    • Thanks Em, I wear these shoes at least once a week – I just can’t resist them! xx

  • Loving the blue on blue on blue with leopard. Such a gorgeous winter look. x

    • Never realised just how much I would love this look until I threw it all together…leopard makes everything better, right? xx

  • Oh you in blue and a short skirt, love. I really don’t believe how old you are. xx

  • I adore blue too, and one of my favourite ways to wear it is blue on blue on blue with black. Not just for bruises!

    • You do colour so so well – blue and black are amazing…not sure why some peeps panic at the combo. I’m with you though, I love it! Thanks for the love darling xx

  • Lisa dresses and pants are your thing. You work them to perfection…I maybe more than a tad envious of your fabulous dress collection 😉 You also look a stunner in orange – where as I look horrendous!
    Thanks for the love beautiful girl – you’re a gem xx

  • I love love love your mantra – new life to your wardrobe and a smile on your face!! I totally agree and I love dressing with this in mind. Once again, you totally rock the short skirt and opaques. I love the texture of the skirt. I do love to wear bright colours and pastels… I guess it suits my laid back, give it a go personality xo

    • You rock colour to perfection Wendy! I adore you in anything blue too…Can I just mention once again how incredible your hair looked bouncy and curly – Stunning! xx

  • Kathryn

    Any why wouldn’t you buy another skirt! You look fantastic! I am a blue lover too, and black and white natch 😉

    • Awwww thanks so much Lovely! Blue, black, white, grey and camel…oh and maybe a touch of pink – that’s all I need! xx

  • Petra

    I love the mixes of blue – just gorgeous on you Bev – and those little booties 🙂 xo

    • Blue and leopard really is one of my favourite combo’s! Thanks for the love Petra xx

  • Kirsty

    I saw that skirt and now that I’ve seen it on you I want it more!
    Love!!

  • Sharon

    You look gorgeous! I love the skirt and the shirt works beautifully with it…perfect look very stylish. Mwah xx

    • Oh thanks so much darling! I seriously don’t need any more shorts skirts…loving the fun though!
      Mwah right back at ya xx

  • I love this whole outfit! Beautifully done. The new skirt is a winner.

  • Looking superb in another skirt lovely. V x