#frocktober2014 days 3, 4, & 5

Playing catch up after a crazy weekend.

 

For day 3 I wore a deep orange linen dress from Target. It’s a recent buy and this was the first time I wore it, and I paired it with tan wooden sandals by Lee Cooper.

 

Day 4 was party day as I celebrated my fortieth birthday. It was also my first two-frock day! First up was an old favourite from Seafolly paired with a broom and bare face as we prepared for the big bash. Would you believe that despite all my party planning I had no idea what I was going to wear for the party itself? So when the time came to frock up it was a spur of the moment last minute decision. I went with this polka dot chiffon dress with a halter tie neckline, which has the honour of being an outstanding bargain: $15 on Ebay! I added a tan belt from another dress and the tan sandals from day 3, and finished it off with Mac lippie in Russian Red.

 

Day 5 was the big clean up, it was a very hot day, so comfort was called for. Cue this super cute Asos swing shift in navy blue with a lacy cream collar. I absolutely love this dress and can see it becoming a firm favorite.

Remember, we still desperately need an early screening test for ovarian cancer. This is a nasty disease which is often not discovered until it’s already advanced. I also understand that we all have many demands on our wallets and there are a lot of very worthy causes, so whatever you could spare would be very very appreciated.

To sponsor me as I wear a frock every day for a month head to

frocktober.everydayhero.com/au/ana.

Til next time,

Ana.

  1. Great dresses & happy birthday!

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    1. Thank you, and thank you. Forty done and dusted, it was fun, and I shall never make as much fuss at my own birthday ever again. That was the one I was waiting for. Happy now.

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      1. 40 deserves that much celebration=) I can’t see myself making much fuss in between, maybe a little for 35 but 40 seems like the good one<3

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