Frocktober 2015 is now into the home straight…as of Sunday, I have worn 25 different dresses in 25 days…which means I seem to have a frock addiction going on!
I should clarify that not all the dresses are brand new for Frocktober as such…most I had already, but I do admit I have slipped in a few extra.
But one thing I have learned when doing my challenge of 31 dress is 31 days, is that you don’t need to spend much money to get a new outfit…it is just a matter of knowing where to look, and always keeping an eye out for a bargain!
What I Wore…Monday 19th October – Sunday 25th October 2015
To start the week, I wore a brand new dress from Katies and added a slim black belt plus white heels…love a maxi dress that is the right length for a shorty like me…
Tuesday saw the return of my favourite Gorman dress…very glad to find it still fits…added a black bolero and high heels.
This dress always makes me feel good…and it has pockets…I love pockets!
Silver wedges are yet another op shop find!
Thursday felt like winter had taken hold again…wore a Katies tunic with black over the knee boots and a hat…
Friday was back into vintage, with a 1960s chevron dress and my Dangerfield leather jacket because it was still damn cold!
I actually found the black kitten heels during an op shop visit that morning!
Saturday saw the return of sunshine and better weather…wore a vintage dress and added op shop finds of a denim jacket, yellow belt and Prada kitten heels…yes, I found Prada shoes for $10 at an op shop!
And they match beautifully with the dress…in fact, it looks like they were made for each other!
Sunday was a casual day…wore an old Ben Sherman dress I have had for years, with the yellow belt again…no shoes required!
Retro sunglasses are from Catch a Thief…and this was the most liked outfit for the week over on Instagram!
What was your favourite outfit of this edition of What I Wore? Share in the comments below as I would love to know!
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