Hi all

I’ve gotten a bit behind in posting my 30 x 30 outfits. These photos were taken over the last 3 weeks. There have been some reject outfits and some interruptions but I am close to 30 outfits in total now. I will update on my capsule and thoughts later.

Outfit 1 (casual dinner): fierce bracelet, meet fierce handbag.

Outfit 2 (casual lunch).

Outfit 3 (work): the red top is largely untucked with just a slight tuck into the front of the belt. This is my preferred way to wear a belt. More relaxed and comfortable in the heat than a full tuck. I do cheat and leave the belt off until I get to work. Leopard cuff for a subtle pattern mix.

Outfit 4 (work and a lunch function): the top and jacket (linen from Zara) are both dark blue (they look black in the pic).

Outfit 5 (work): 90s revisited! The vest/waistcoat IS a genuine relic from the 90s. I used to love them then and had quite the collection. But I don’t think I ever wore them with this much jewellery. The wide leg, floor scraping pants are about 3 years old. The awkward pose is to demonstrate that they are pants. Yes, I do wear them occasionally. And I did another cheat the heat here by wearing a skirt on my walk to work and getting changed at work.

Outfit 6 (work and a function after work). Similar combination to outfit 3. I wore the belt slightly higher and rotated to the side to preserve the drape of the top and give an asymmetrical effect. To my eye it also meant that the visual of the belt buckles did not compete with the necklace (I have a thing about wearing necklaces with belts). Again, the top is mostly untucked. The keen observer will note that there are buckles on my shoes too.

Outfit 7 (work).

Outfit 8 (casual Friday): asymmetrical top with asymmetrical skirt. It’s hard to photograph this skirt but I liked the parallel formed by the 2 angled hems and the breezy feel. I thought it was JFE.

Your thoughts welcome.

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