Wiggle Wiggle - Charlie is getting cheeky in these new skirts!

The shop is like a big old dressing up box at the moment! We've had so many new pretty things in it's hard to resist trying them all on!
I especially love mixing and matching all new everyday separates! Not only are they in gorgeous autumnal colours, they look smart day or night.
These close-fitting skirts in green and berry are really flattering (they make your bum look great!). If you already have curves then they'll show you off in all the right places but if you're a bit more straight up and down like me, you will still get some enhancement!
The gathered waterfall detail on this one adds some extra oomph! Great if you want to add a bit of drama to an every day look. I'm wearing it here with the Classic Everyday vintage style sweater  - when the skirt has so much going on, I like to keep it simple on top! A simple black Joan bag and my oh-so comfortable Frida boots makes this a perfect outfit for day to evening. 
green pencil skirt with black, long sleeve, tie blouse  
This bottle green '30s skirt may seem more slightly more demure but its Deco details in the yoke and panelling give it a fantastic shape. There is also a lovely narrow belt and buckle that I've hidden here but you can definitely have on show!
This time I'm wearing it with the 1940's style Clarice blouse. Its lovely lightweight material is comfortable but doesn't shine through. Long sleeves, small shiny buttons and sweet tie bottom make this a very elegant option. Of course, I'm still in my Fridas but this time I've gone for the black leather Vintage Bag with Scarf. Very sophisticated!
And it's not just me that loves it, here's what one happy customer had to say:
"Love everything about this skirt: it‘s a very nice colour and a flattering cut. I‘m very happy with my purchase." GREAT SKIRT *****
I love 1940s high-waisted trousers. I always feel like I should be talking really fast and writing a news story in a black and white film when I'm wearing them! (That's probably why I was eyeing up this fedora.) 
To break up the 'blockiness' of the solid colour on the bottom, I've paired it with a Breton sweater. They come in so many colours but I felt like wearing yellow for a change! Both items are very 30s/40s authentic, which is really fun without it looking too much like a costume. 
These skirts are definitely some of my favourite in store because, well, did I mention...
Green pencil skirt 1930s style
They make your bum look great!
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