As a personal challenge to myself I have worn frocks for a month at a time. This year I will be fundraising for research into Ovarian cancer. I have an Everyday Hero account for those interested in throwing some money at a great cause. http://www.everydayhero.com.au/khristie_B.
We are 8 days in. The first 6 were while we were on holidays at the Sunshine Coast, so we were limited by what we packed. But we dress to impress and here are the photos to prove it.
|Day 1. A refashion kimono|
|Day 1. A traded dress from the markets|
|Day 2. A 50c fave, falling apart|
|Day 2. Rocking stripes and leopard.|
|Day 3. Op shop special & Gi bought her tu tu that morning from Eumundi markets|
|Day 4. Ginger's 1970's embroided kindy tunic|
|Day 4. Handmade from 70's pattern|
|Day 5. Made from 70's pattern & fabric. Gi wears 70's frock|
|Day 5.5. Off to diner in 60's mexican frock. Gi is going Mooloolaba chic.|
|Day 6. 70's Kaftan and 70's strawberry pinafore for Ginger.|
|Day 7. A fabulous Bettie Page number|
|Day 7. Super cute 60's dress.|
|Day 8. Gi Gi wears an American pageant dress, mine made from 50's pattern|