Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Indecision does not an organised woman make

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dress: sunnygirl // shoes: williams // blazers: dotti // belt: forever new

I always think that doing some sort of clothing challenge will make it easier to get dressed in the mornings but I ended up getting changed three times this morning. Maybe I need to figure out what to wear the night before? I at least need to sort out the dresses that are appropriate for work and the ones not so appropriate for work - lord only knows what dress I will be wearing to work by the end of the month as I start to scrape the barrel of what I have available.

Some of the girls I work with have made it their public service duty to make sure that I don't wear the same dress during the four week challenge - I am also going to share each dress on instagram (timeaftertea) if you want to play along!

I also wanted to say thank you so much to everyone who has already made a donation to Frocktober so far I really appreciate it! If you are interested in making a donation please follow this link it goes to a great cause.

20 comments:

  1. gorgeous post. this made me giggle too - I'm not on any sort of frock challenge, but I can definitely share your experience in getting changed 3 times in one morning...and somehow the entire contents of my wardrobe makes its over every surface of my bedroom!
    you look fantastic in these pics. I'm looking forward to following on Instagram (I'm mariaeleni_ just in case you wonder who this new follower will be!) :)

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  2. You look lovely in your pictures. I too struggle with deciding what to wear, but since i have a small closet, my decision ends up being made in 10 minutes :) I certainly cannot partake in a frock challenge seeing as i can count all my dresses in both hands :/

    Happy Frocktober :)

    xo Stephanie

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  3. such a pretty dress, I love it! I often get changed several times before I feel comfortable with my outfit for the day :) x

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  4. I still can't believe that you own enough dresses to wear a different one everyday this month! I wish I had that much choice! ha ha :) I love this dress! and topknot! I find that planning the night before does help, but... you might wake up and not 'feel' like wearing that outfit so maybe give it a try and see how it goes! I love that you are posting your dresses everyday on instagram! I love projects like these :)

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  5. I struggled to do two weeks last year so I'm very impressed that you will have a different dress each day. This one is gorgeous, you look perfect :)

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  6. I should have participated in Frocktober, because I literally wear dresses every day. Well, except football Sundays--I usually wear yoga pants or leggings and a Saints t-shirt. :) You look beautiful as usual, and I'm proud of you for doing this!

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  7. i can't choose what to wear at night because my mood changes, haha!!

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  8. This dress is so pretty and with the blazer it's totally work appropriate. I'm sure you will be able to wear different dresses to work and I really love seeing them on your instagram. Again I'm so proud of you for participating in this great cause (when the dreaded Movember comes along I really can't fault Jason for participating even though I hate the stupid moustache) :) x

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  9. sweet dress! i should really challenge myself like that, but i have my favourites! it would we way too hard ;P



    rachael

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  10. I love this outfit! I wish I had enough dresses to do this challenge with you but I only have 4 or 5 dresses! bugger lol xx

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  11. I have over 50 dresses! I should have done this with you! No more dress buying for me xoxoxo

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  12. I love this outfit, it's so feminine and kinf of 80s-chic. Love it.

    x Jasmine

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  13. gorgeous outfit. Very sophisticated.

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