Having had this Lindy Bop skirt in my wardrobe for quite some time now, I thought I should get it out and give it a spin – literally. It was a previous sale impulse purchase based purely on it’s print.
Dusky pink is a bit of an odd colour for some. The birds sang from the tree tops and it made it’s way into my basket. It is full circle and worn here without a petticoat underneath. With the recent heatwave, I have found myself reaching for the same old outfits. Those flimsy summer shift dresses, shorts or strapless tops have been on rotation.
Today, I decided that I needed something different. Worn here with a slash neck tee (Primark) and some glorious shoes that always remind me of actual sunshine from la veintinueve which have also been on my feet all summer.
Lindy Bop Love
As they say in fashion – “One day you are in and the next, you are out.” Can you tell that I have been watching re-runs of Project Runway recently? For me, the above statement is so true. Being a typical mood dresser, one day I am loving a piece in my wardrobe and the next – it is up for sale! Clothes are there for you to wear, to enjoy, to feel incredible in. If an item of clothing no longer makes you feel on top of the world – get rid. Bin it, sell it, pass it on.
Lindy Bop is a brand that I have shopped with for some years now on and off. I normally size up in trousers or shorts as I prefer a relaxed fit. This circle skirt is an 8 and although a little tight, it fastens and I am currently a size 10. My advice would be to order a few sizes and then you can always return what doesn’t fit!