As a consequence of totally ruining our holiday this half term, I have given myself a series of “punishment jobs”. So far they have included tidying out cupboards, sorting out under the stairs, securing some loose curtain hooks, attacking the ironing pile and sewing the hem on this skirt although, as our eldest pointed out, sewing the hem on your own skirt can’t really be classed as a “punishment job”.
A few days ago I commented how when I first buy something, I often wear it to death before giving it a rest. This navy Cos roll neck jumper was one such piece this time last year. It’s really versatile and goes with everything but even I reached the point where I needed a change.
The sequinned skirt I bought in the Coast sale, probably three winters ago now. I know for a fact that it sat waiting for the hem to be sewn all last winter, which meant that I didn’t wear it at all – so it’s nice to resurrect it again.
In truth I’m probably more likely to wear this skirt it in the daytime rather than in the evening, as bizarrely I would feel too dressed up in it in the evening. Others of course will feel completely the opposite and wouldn’t dream of wearing sequins in the day – but I like a bit of daytime “sequinnage” whether on shoes, a top, skirt, jumper or dress – they just lighten the day. Keeping the outfit simple and just using one or two colours makes wearing sequins in the daytime a little more accessible – just in case anyone fancies giving them a try.