What I Wore – Pippa’s Fashion Factory
I hope you’re all well?
As promised on my Facebook, here’s some details on what I wore at my Fashion Factory over the weekend.
On Saturday I opted for a really cute skort (looks like a skirt but it’s actually shorts) they were really comfortable and a loose fit. See here.
At first I was thinking of a light blush colour top to match but when nothing jumped out at me in that colour I opted for black.
When I was in Coast pulling other outfits for the fashion show I saw this sleeveless black one, I thought the lace trim detail on the shoulders was gorgeous , and I like a high neck if I’ve the legs out! The top was €70 but the quality is fantastic , this one is like a very fine knit. It felt really good on and I know I’ll get dozens of wears out of it. You can get it here.
I teamed it with my black Zara ankle boots (here) as I thought they were funkier than high heel shoes.
On Sunday I wore a gingham jacquard shell top from Warehouse – I loved this. Black and white never dates and its a really flattering shape around the tummy if you don’t want anything tight (see here). A black blazer would be really sophisticated over this for an occasion.
With the top I wore a leather skirt from Oasis (here). I loved this skirt, it’s a really good shape and the type of item that could be pulled out to create a hundred different looks- a sound buy me thinks 😉
I wore my favourite black stilettos from Kurt Geiger. I think these are stunning – they’re really comfy too! See them here.
My necklace is by Stella & Dot, it’s called the silver Sutton and it can be worn multiple ways. You can get it here.
My tan is by Karora.
If you missed my make up look by Tara O’Farrell, you can see that here.
I’m nearly recovered from a brilliant, hectic weekend.
My Fashion Factory went so well – the positive feedback has been overwhelming.
I’m really looking forward to the next ones. At the moment they’re all sold out but I’m going to add a date to Castlemartyr in Cork very soon.