The 7 Day Skirt Challenge

I decided to take part  in Gail's of 'Is This Mutton' 7 Day skirt challenge see HERE ; but I will state from the beginning that I cheated! I didn't wear these skirts everyday over the past 7 days. I did wear 5 of them in October; but the other 2 were worn earlier this year in July. In reverse date of wearing order:


Day 1

Skirt by Anokhi for East; jacket by M&S and top by Next - all charity shopped.

Day 2

Jacket and camisole both M&S. Skirt by Anokhi. All charity shopped.

Day 3

Skirt by French Connection; top no label; shirt by Gap. Everything is charity shopped.

Day 4

Skirt by Laura Ashley, jumper by Seasalt. Everything charity shopped.


Day 5
Skirt by Next; top by Pepperberry. Everything charity shopped.

Day 6

Skirt by M&S, merino wool top (I usually wear this as part of my walking gear) and boots; all charity shopped. Leather jacket by Asos; present from my daughter.


Day 7

Blazer by John Rocha, skirt by Red Herring, jumper no label - all charity shopped. Boots online retail.









 

Comments

  1. I knew you would have some wonderful skirts! I also cheated in that I didn't wear the skirts all day, just for the photos which were new each day. My favourites of yours are the last outfit - masterful use of different colours, the green outfit with Laura Ashley skirt - love the splash of orange - and the lovely blue outfit with French Connection skirt. Thanks for taking part! x

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    1. Thank you, Gail. I';m actually wearing a skirt today!
      xxx

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  2. wonderful and chic and beautiful!
    love the longer/maxi skirts because of the amount of fabric - must look gorgeous when you move....
    i would have to cheat too - mostly i wear a skirt 3-5 days in a row, until its dirty enough to wash. only the tops get changed daily (but not woolen sweaters - they get aired and worn again a few times before the wash).
    xxxxx

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    1. Thank you, Beate,

      Yes, I wear my skirts several times before washing, too. They don't really get dirty unless, like me, you spill food on them!
      xxx

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  3. Loving the Anokhi, the Anokhi for East skirt and the French Connection, wonderfully swishy! What a fab round-up! xxx

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  4. What a great selection. I only possess two skirts so I wouldn't have got far with this challenge.
    My favourite is Day 2 - I love that shade of blue. xx

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    1. Oops, meant Day 3. Got the labels mixed up!

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    2. Hi JayCee, good to hear from you!

      Thank you. Either you're not a skirt fan or you have a minimalist capsule wardrobe....
      xxx

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  5. They're all such great skirts, particularly the final one.

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  6. What a wonderful parade of skirt-based outfits! The two first ones - both featuring Anokhi creations, I notice - are my favourites! As you rightly commented on my latest post, I have indeed wearing skirts more lately. Perhaps I'm relishing the challenge now that I have more time. Pulling out a dress is so easy, isn't it. You did really well with this challenge, even if you didn't wear all these outfits in the last seven days! xxx

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  7. Your Anokhi skirts are my favourite - they are so pretty! I think just doing a challenge is a success, Vronni - so many people out there are not even wearing "real" clothes right now! You are aces in my book. :)

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  8. What a beautiful skirt collection! That was my favorite part of the challenge: seeing everyone's elses and how they styled them. You look lovely in each of these outfits!
    www.chezmireillefashiontravelmom.com

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    1. Thank you and yes I enjoyed seeing everybody's challenge, too!

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  9. what a lovely collection!, I totally agree that these Anokhi skirts are fabulous. But also love the blue textured skirt on Day3 and the fab red accents on Day7, actually I love all of them!.
    Love your creative and brilliant accesorizing!
    besos

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