It’s hard to take pictures of metallic items, it seems. These photos don’t do this top justice, in real life, it’s a champagne gold shimmery perfection. I fell in love with it after seeing THIS picture in the recent Virtu catalogue, and even though i’m not a gold wearer, it the kind of top that seems to change colours depending on what you wear.
Living out of a bag isn’t easy, that is why my skirt is creased. Also, I don’t iron. Ever. I am not an iron-er This skirt is usually fine, it doesn’t really crinkle, except that it was rolled up and shoved under a mound of other clothes. However, it’s one of the few skirts I have that currently fit me as I’ve lost a little weight. Every one just has to deal with the crinkles.
- Top – c/o Virtu – Size M
- Skirt – c/o 17 Sundays
- Jacket – City Chic
- Belt – Katies
- No make up!
This summer i’m trying to learn to love my arms. My upper arms are one of my ‘weak spots’, the one area that I am not happy with that I like to hide. I’m trying to love myself 100% and that means my arms too.
So tell me, do you iron?
- ASOS Curve – Black pencil skirt with sequin panel – $50.87 au
- ASOS Curve – PU & Jersey Pencil Skirt – $47.47 au
- Virtu – Harlequin Pencil Skirt – $79.95
- ASOS Curve – Multi Sequin pencil skirt – $50.87
- ASOS Curve – Pink lace skater dress – $42.39
- Peter Alexander – Glinda the Goodwitch silk tee –
$89.9 – $58.65 (Sale til 14.10)
- Wole Designs – Faux leather peplum skirt – $89.99
- Windsor Smith – Envious boots – $189.95
- Ebay – Game of Thrones bust – $129
- Topshop – Maisy bag in Pink – £61.00
- Jelly Beans – Neon Pink Jelly Sandals – $29.99
- Ebay – Wicket mini bust – $79
- The Iconic – Skye I by Senso – $124.50
Keep a Breast BOOB Necklace – Bonadrag – $50 While I am not a fan of gold, I am in love with necklace. It appeals to my quirky side, but more importantly, all net proceeds go to the Keep a Breast foundation.
Peplum is a trend that I’ve been loving, yet hadn’t taken the plunge until recently. In theory, I thought it would suit the way I like to dress. I like to accentuate & cinch in my waist and then have a skirt flare out. It gives the illusion I have more curves then I do, i’m rather straight up and down. I finally caved and bought a top I’d been lusting after at Dorothy Perkins for ages. Yay for sales! Oh, and yes, it is ANOTHER animal print.
Well, I am in LOVE. It’s amazing! Dotty P goes up to a size 22, and i’m wearing the 22. This skirt has NO stretch but fits me perfectly, which I was honestly a little worried about. The back has a row of buttons, which I just found adorable. The material is quite thin and I found I had to wear a singlet underneath as you could make out my white bra underneath.
I paired it with a black cord pencil skirt that I was gifted by Virtu. I’ve not worn it before because I’ve found it a little hard to style. I haven’t worn pencil skirts in ages. It jumped out when I got this skirt though and I think paired with the peplum, it works well.
- TOP – Dorothy Perkins – Size 22
- SKIRT – c/o Virtu – Size 18
- BELT – From a City Chic Skirt
- SHOES – Rubi Shoes
- BRACELET – c/o Nicole Fendel Jewellery
Have you jumped on the peplum bandwagon?