I know it's only Day 2 of Month 1 of my challenge, but having a limited wardrobe sure makes it easier to pick an outfit! Wham bam, done!
Today, another jacket and another new-to-me item in the skirt:this jacket. I chose it to go in the challenge for February because it only looks right when it's done up (although I might try it open with a shirt under it at some point) and once the weather gets warmer I won't be wearing it much. I wore it with the sleeves rolled up this time to show off the nice purple lining.
I picked up the skirt on consignment a few weeks ago and have just been waiting to wear it. It's a fairly thick cotton, with a velvet stripe texture to it. I love that it's asymmetrical - I've really been grooving on that in skirts for a while. Maybe it's the Next Big Thing? I have always liked that deconstructed kind of look.
The skirt is mostly straight like a pencil skirt, but then it is all stitched up oddly on one side.
I might have to include this skirt again in the challenge at some point during a warmer month, as it's unlined. I'm wearing a half-slip under it:
Christian Dior! I've had it for a year. I liked how the pale grey peeked out at the hem. It worked well at preventing tight creep.
The shiny stuff:
pee bracelet"), my cuff from London and one of my pairs of silver earrings that I've had forever.
Here's a bright shot of the texture of the skirt:
The brand was sewn on a strip of fabric inside:
It was made in Victoria! I've found another local designer: website here. The railyard that the main slideshow of photos is set in is not too far from downtown, across the bridge. They seem to specialize in asymmetry and deconstructed looks. The website doesn't seem to have been updated in a few years, and the Etsy shop is closed, but I dropped them an email, so maybe I'll find out if she's still making clothing.
Jacket (Naughty), skirt (Morena, consignment), shoes (Cydwoq), cuff (St. Paul's Cathedral gift shop), bracelet (thrifted), earrings (Plum).