So I ended up going to Killarney for a bit this weekend which meant that I wasn't able to post when I wanted to...grr...here's the last few days of my 30 for 30 remix.
On the ninth day of the remix I decided to wear an unusual drop-waist dress from Dorothy Perkins. It has a nice floral pattern and this really cool bustle effect to the skirt. It also ties in the back and has a keyhole at the top. I wore the black long sleeved shirt from UO underneath (it was a bit chilly without anything covering my shoulders) and the black leggings from Topshop. The weather wasn't too bad so I wore my flats with this outfit.
I remixed quite a few of the pieces I've already worn for this day. I paired the blue plaid top from Charlotte Russe with the blazer from Bershka and the black skinny jeans from Topshop. I gave myself a bit of shape with the ruffle belt from Dorothy Perkins. Weather was still good so still able to wear my little black flats! This was a nice comfy outfit and I really liked the contrast between the top and the jacket.
The eleventh day my hair was a bit mad. I wore the bird print dress from Penneys with the electric blue cardigan from A/wear. I find that the dress is a little low cut for my liking so I usually wear a top underneath it. For this outfit I wore the black vest from Target. I continued my black flats streak and also wore the black leggings from Topshop. Again, all about comfort in this one and since it was my lazy Friday, why not?
Finally a pic not inside the hallway of our flat! Thanks to my hubby for taking this one. I quite like this outfit...never styled these pieces together before. Here I have worn a new item from my list. A high-waisted denim skirt from Dorothy Perkins. I almost didn't buy it because the length is a bit longer than I normally wear with the waist being that high. I felt a bit stunted. But I think it does work and I really like it. I paired it with the navy blue polka dot tunic from High Street Fashion and the red mary-janes from New Look. I like the puffed sleeves being showcased with this look and red and blue always look good together ;)