Wednesday, March 25, 2015

The Last Snowflake

Guh, I am sick. I started feeling sick on Thursday, and thought I had killed it with all the wine I drank over the weekend.
No such luck. Now I'm enjoying the "velvet tunnel" brought on by cold medication. Oooh...colours...

Not much colour here, though.

  • Jacket - Bianca Nygard, thrifted; last worn here in January with Courreges 
  • Skirt - JDC, consignment; last seen here with fuzzy blue in December 2014
  • Boots - Adrian Agnes, Fluevog; featured in Shoe Shine #21 here, and last worn here in January with lots of red

This is the last wear of this skirt. I like it, but don't love it, and I'm just tired of it. I have only worn it a couple of times in the last two years, so time for it to go to a new home. Bye bye, snowflake skirt!
All good with the leather jacket (eee! white piping!) and boots though.

There is no stuff:
Just boots. And they are a dream to wear.

Off to dye my hair and then some couch time. Ah...

5 comments:

  1. Dreamy boots, yes, but clearly you have succumbed having not worn any stuff!? Off to dye the couch and do some hair time... Uh. Good luck battling that pesky cold.

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  2. Ugh, cold medicine would only be fun if one didn't have a cold : <
    You still look fabulous and those boots are YUM. Feel better soon, xox.

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  3. Great boots, and isn't that jacket a nice fit?
    Hope you feel a lot better soon, Sheila. xxx

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  4. Hope you feel better soon!

    I really like that printed skirt, but if you're just not enjoying it it is definitely best to let it go. I had a personal stylist come over and do a 'wardrobe detox' with me today. It was daunting having someone being brutally honest about my clothes but helpful for getting rid of things that just really weren't working!

    Away From The Blue

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