Frocktober : Day 31



The ultimate frock!  Frock number 31 for my 31 frocks in 31 days!  I’m done, I’m dusted, I’ve raised $400 for OCRF, not to mention all the awareness I’ve raised about ovarian cancer, the silent killer.

I’m wearing pants for at least a week starting tomorrow!  Frocktober, you’ve been fun, but I bid you farewell, my sweet.



The frock du jour for Frocktober Day 31 is a really cute velvet-flocked dotty frock by Cue in the City, with a gathered waistband.  I’ve teamed it with Leona Edmiston suede and patent ballet flats and Sussan merlot tights.  My Portmans satin tuxedo jacket is keeping me stylishly warm in my Arctic office.

I’m wearing a Mimco Art Deco-esque bug hairclip as my day’s nod to Halloween.

My gorgeous Faux Fuchsia Leo necklace by Red Phoenix Emporium gets another outing.  As the designers said to me recently on Instagram, there is almost nothing this necklace doesn’t go with.  I think it might be my new signature piece!


7 Days of Selfies
Breakfast at Tiffany’s Dare


It’s my fifth day of participating in an Instagram challenge – 7 days of Selfies with Bloss Heart Blog.  You should go and check it out under the #7daysofselfies hashtag.

Here’s my second attempt at the Breakfast at Tiffany’s Dare set by the fabulous Andrea of Fox in Flats  – a one off special Style Dare!  I’m still suffering from a poor sore back and couldn’t bear rummaging through my wardrobe in search of a LBD suitable for the office, so I amped up the Audrey with a tiara and classic Rayban Wayfarers cats eye sunglasses.  Check out #BreakfastatTiffanysDare on Instagram!



The frock also worked double time as my Good Witch outfit, perfect for Halloween trick or treating with my main little dude, the Zombie Vampire photobombing me!

Have to confess, not sure if hot pink eyeliner is going to take off any time soon!  Bad case of pinkeye right there.  The purple eyebrows though – now that’s a good look!




Day 31 of Frocktober and it’s all over red rover.  My back is still killing me, I’ve discovered another painkiller that I can’t take without vomiting (kinda defeats the purpose) and I sucked it up like the princess I am to stalk the streets for my little trick or treating Zombie Vampire.

I’ve been super duper proud to have Frocktobered and raised both money and awareness for the  Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation.

You can check out my Everyday Hero Kimba Likes fundraising page, which is tracking my efforts to reach my fundraising goal of $500.  Thank you so much to the gorgeous and generous souls who have made a contribution. I hit 80% of my target – still $100 to go – but I’m pretty pleased with that!  Every dollar counts, and I’m really pleased I’ve managed to tip four hundred of them into the bucket.


More Frocktober posts to rock your frock:

Day 1   Day 2   Day 3   Day 4   Frocktober : Leona Week    Day 5   Day 6   Day 7   Day 8   Day 9   Day 10

Day 11   Day 12   Day 13   Day 14   Kimba Likes Leona Week : Wrap Up   Day 15   Day 16   Day 17   Day 18

Week One : Wrap Up Day 19   Day 20   Day 21   Week Three : Wrap Up   Day 22   Day 23   Day 24   Day 25

Day 26   Day 27   Frocktober : The Final Countdown   Day 28   Day 29   Day 30



  • […] also just completed Frocktober, where I not only committed to wearing 31 dresses in 31 days but to doing a daily blog post about […]ReplyCancel

  • Melinda @ Shop Me Chic - 1 November 2012 - 7.52 am

    Woohoooo! Well done Kimba!

    P.S Love your halloween getup! xReplyCancel

  • B - 31 October 2012 - 10.08 pm

    Standing ovation from me! Hooorahhh!

    So impressed that you have 31 dresses! Oh my days!

    Well done stylish friend. Well done!ReplyCancel

    • Kim-Marie Williams - 1 November 2012 - 7.32 am

      Thanks so much, B. I think there’s probably at least another 20 frocks, but many of them are beachy dresses or cocktail frocks. There’s also my evening gowns (most of which I couldn’t squeeze into now!). ReplyCancel

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