Skirt as dress - Next. Shoes - Debenhams.
Top - Dorothy Perkins. Tights - H and M.
Belt - Primark. Bracelets, worn as necklace - Made by Mother.
Dhany bought me this amazing skirt when we were in Bath. It's from a Next that was having a closing sale of sorts and was going for £15. I have a massive thing for full skirts and so I pounced on it.
When I included it in 30 for 30, I wondered if I could wear it another way, perhaps as a dress. Anyone with some boobage will tell you that if a skirt waistband is not elastic, it generally won't fly as a dress given that your chest and waist are unlikely to be the same size. This skirt has a zipper, but somehow, by modulating the zipper, I made it work and the "dress" stayed in place all day.
I took these pictures under this gnarled, spreading old tree just because it reminds me of Sleepy Hollow, and Sleepy Hollow is magnificent.
Rugby striped top - Primark. Pants - Zara.
Necklace - Diva. Undershirt (if you care) - Cotton On.
Gold knit top - Primark. Pants - Zara. Flats - New Look.
Scarf - Cotton On. Belt - Next.
30 for 30 is making me realise that even if you're recycling 30 pieces, that doesn't mean that you can't make them look entirely different. I put this yellow scarf on over my items and belted it and I loved the drapey effect it got alongside a more structured "high bun" kind of hairstyle.
Dhany said I looked like a Jedi. Well, you can take the boy out of adolescence but... Haha, just kidding. I'm mad for Star Wars too!
PS I realise I'm wearing the same pants two days in a row. Believe it or not, they actually went through the wash in between. I'm a bit obsessive about laundry that way...