Yes I did it!
And to be honest it was surprisingly easy too.
Here are the pieces I chose;
|Dress - ASOS, Top - New Look, Skirt - H&M, Top - River Island, Jacket - Next, Trouser - Miss Selfridge|
|Boots - River Island, Heels - Primark, Flat shoes - Debenhams|
I only went for two scarves;
And I even sorted jewellery to make it easier for the mornings;
(5am alarms really are no fun!)
|All either gifted or been with me a while.|
So how did the outfits turn out?
I had quite a few meetings on Monday mornings so kept it simple but smart.
I lost the jacket and added my white blouse.
I did start the day with a belt on but as you can see my top kept sliding underneath so it had to go.
It was fun too to be able to keep changing the way I was wearing my scarf.
Wednesday saw a complete change.
Again smart enough for a day of meetings.
Off site so a little more casual.
I think the shoulders poking threw the top made the outfit slightly edgy along with the boots.
Fridays are dress down Fridays at HO but I still like to be reasonably smart as I had to take my sister to the hospital first thing before driving the 2 hours to HO for a few meetings
I love the detail on the back of the top.
(Its just a pain covering up your bra strap!)
To make it feel a little more casual I added one of my favourite scarves.
The great thing with this was I kept changing how I wore it.
You will notice that my flat shoes are no wear to be seen. I have to say I did wear them whilst running between meetings so they were worn. But slightly undercover may be!
I am well pleased how it turned out and its really made me think of how I shop my wardrobe.
So a huge thank you to Jane for setting up the challenge.
That said I am off to a party for my friends hubbies 50th tomorrow and I will be very happy to get dressed up. Lets just hope I manage to stay awake for it!
As for tonight?
Well I'm off to change into my PJs!