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Frocktober 2014 | Day 16-23

For Frocktober Day 16, I’m wearing a Portmans dress with Leona Edmiston opaque tights and Country Road pointed toe flats.  Grey and burgundy work so well together.  I’m mad for a pointed toe at the moment. For Frocktober Day 17, I frocked up in a gorgeous olive green Zimmermanread more »

Frocktober 2014 | Days 11 to 15

For Frocktober Day 11, I’m wearing the gorgeous Mix Apparel Eyelet Dress that Rachel from Redcliffe Style and I selected for our October Style it Project piece.  What a pretty girl this frock is.  A little retro cute, a little boho chic. she is the perfect summer frock. I teamed it with Newread more »

Frocktober 2014 | Days 1 to 5

It’s Frocktober time again!  I’ve committed myself to wearing 31 dresses in 31 days to raise money for the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation for Frocktober. Committed myself? I might need committing at the end of this! Want to read more about Frocktober, the OCRF and why I’mread more »

Frocktober 2014 | Team Kimba Likes

I’m rocking on with my frock on for Frocktober for the third time in as many years. I’d love for you to join me! I’ve set up Team Kimba Likes – where you can link your fundraising page to join me.  Because everything is more fun with friends! You can click here to check outread more »

Frocktober Day 31

Yes!  I did it!  32 dresses in 31 days for Frocktober!  I even wore a wedding dress, along with Rachel from Redcliffe Style, as dared by Catherine of Cup of Tea and a Blog – check out Catherine’s fabulous Frocktober 2012 wedding dress finale! I’ve had a fabulous timeread more »

Frocktober Day 30

Woo Hoo!  Day 30 is the penultimate day of Frocktober!  I’ve had a fabulous time frocking up every day, raising funds and awareness for the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation. read more »read more »

What I Wore | Frocktober Retro Cute Week

I’m joining Kelly from Kiwi Womens Style to share my Retro Cute Week, my last themed week of Frocktober.  Just a couple of days left, and then I’m rocking a wedding dress all day long on the final day of Frocktober.  Yes, all day.  The school run, coffee with the girls, a meeting in theread more »

Frocktober Day 29

Frocktober Day 29 features a Staxs dress, a New Zealand label established in the late 80s.  I picked up this dress when on holiday in New Zealand last year from a vintage dress re-designer at a lovely beachside fete.  Boyo and the Welshman set off on a Boy Adventure, involving a rockread more »

Frocktober Day 28 | Retro Cute Week

I’m living in the 70s for Frocktober Day 28.  All about my 70s Osti frock and brand new retro cute Target clog sandals. read more »read more »

Frocktober Day 26-27 | Retro Cute Week

Frocktober Days 26 and 27 aka Retro Cute Weekend and it was a relaxing weekend with the Blokefolk.  We went 10 pin bowling on Saturday, made homemade pizza for lunch, had a Mama Boyo trip to Rozelle Markets and the Welshman made the most delicious lasagne ever.  We will be eating lasagne for days!read more »

Frocktober Day 25 | Retro Cute Week

It’s Frocktober Day 25 – you know what that means, don’t you?  It’s Friday baby!  No Mama Boyo movie-pizza date tonight – he’s off to a Halloween disco dressed as a school student zombie!  This afternoon’s schedule involves ripping, dirtying andread more »

Frocktober Day 24 | Retro Cute Week

Frocktober Day 24 and my poor old sore back left me in a whimpering mess on the floor. A little Valium, a couple of painkillers, a chiro appointment and some prawn dumplings helped.  A lot. read more »read more »

Frocktober Day 23 | Retro Cute Week

Frocktober Day 23 saw life returning to normal with the departure of our visitor.  We quite like abnormal around here though!  We’re not very keen on abnormal weather patterns causing “perfect” bushfire conditions.  36 degrees with hot, high winds is just simply not on forread more »

Frocktober Day 22 | Retro Cute Week

Frocktober Day 22 and it was the Big Bro’s last day in town.  We’ve given him a fairly comprehensive tiki tour of Sydney, and completed our whistlestop tour with a dash to Darling Harbour for some tacky souvenirs (the best kind!), a quick trip to the Maritime Museum, then aread more »

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