Only Once August #5

Friday, August 24, 2012


Day 23 & 24

I have to say that work, and the requirement for practical clothes, has turned my challenge into something rather boring. My plan was to wear the dresses and skirts that are ordinarily only worn a few times a year. But as you can see jeans and t-shirts have been the order of the day. That said I haven't worn anything twice yet (apart from a slight slip up on day 10).

However, I have extended the long weekend and will not be going back to work until Thursday so I can flounce around in pretty things to my hearts content until then.

I hope you all have a fabulous bank holiday weekend. What do you have planned?

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8 comments

  1. Love these casual looks. The second one looks great on you.

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    1. Thanks Sherin, I do love the classic jeans, tee and trainers combo but itsjustnit what u had in mind for this challenge...

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    2. *it's just not what I had in mind...

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  2. The bank holiday is bound to be a wash out, sadly I will probably be back in jeans! xx

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    1. You're absolutely right. I woke up this morning and it was tipping it down with rain. Typical.

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  3. Even in jeans and a t-shirt you look cute. Sometimes (okay 99.9% of the time) practicality wins over fashion for me.
    We didin't have a holiday in the US, but we do next weekend and I can't wait! Hope you got to wear a few dresses on your break!

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  4. you make jeans and a tee look cute. Bah! Not long to go now! x

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