Monday, February 14, 2011

Outfit: 30x30 Day 14, Shoeper Shoe Challenge #1 and the Capsule Wardrobe Challenge

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Sarenza Bocage Dimao boots


Well it’s all go here today! Round 2 of Shoeperwoman’s Shoe Challenge has started and I can tick off my first pair – these leopard print booties which were a gift from Sarenza. I managed to cull 6 pairs of boots over the weekend taking me down to a total of 85 pairs of shoes and boots to wear before 14th February 2012. Perfectly doable!

Also beginning today is Jane’s Capsule Wardrobe Challenge. This is my first time taking part and when I signed up to it, I figured I could just fit it in amongst the 30x30. You are allowed 10 items of clothing (including footwear) and 5 accessories, to be remixed over the next 5 days. However, that would involve actual planning, which I couldn’t be bothered with yesterday, so I’m going for the ‘winging it’ method – adding in items as I go along. The total so far:

Clothing
1. Grey dress
2. Black cardi
3. Leopard booties

Accessories
1. Tan Obi belt
2. Leopard scarf

We’ll see how I go on with this as the week progresses!

Grey dress – Long Tall Sally
Black cardi – New Look Tall
Black tights – M&S
Leopard print booties – Sarenza (gifted)
Tan Obi belt – ASOS
Silver and diamante necklace – gifted
Silver hoops – gifted

Total Est. Cost £58

9 comments:

  1. Nice selection. Look forward to the rest of the week.

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  2. Very pretty dress and that belt is just gorgeous! Good luck on all your challenges.

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  3. Cute!! I can't believe your scarf matches the shoes almost exactly.

    I love viewing your blog!

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  4. Thanks everyone. I never thought I'd be doing 3 challenges at the same time!

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  5. Oh my goodness - the shoes are AMAZING! Where do I get them??

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  6. They're from Sarenza - they are by Bocage.

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  7. This is my favourite outfit of all your capsule wardrobe days - I love the leopard accents with the grey. Very creative. Also, I want that obi!

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