Polly Dolly V.2 WK 15

Welcome back for this weeks Polly Dolly Polyvore challenge!


Every Thursday (usually lol) I’ll post a new Polly Dolly Theme Challenge, then you toddle off and get creative. You can credit the items if you want and add a bit of an explanation of why you chose the pieces or you can just share your clipboard… it’s up to you. When you’re done maxing out your imaginary credit cards, simply add your link below using your blogs name as the “title” and a direct link to the specific blog post. Polyvore publishes your outfit straight to your blog with a simple click of the “publish” button… too easy!
It’s freezing here at the moment and it’s got me wishing I’d purchased some lovely soft, warm ugg boots for winter like these glittery gold ones. Skinny jeans are essential if you’re going to attempt to rock them out of the house. An oversized top is great for hanging out with friends whilst listening to your new favourite CD, and the fun print means you can get away with it in public. The knitted hat, well just because it’s quirky! Metallics go great with monochrome so a few chunky bangles and a glam oversized ring are a perfect combination. Bold lips and glossy nails complete the outfit.

Comments

  1. 1

    Leigh says

    Ugg boots should never be worn outside of the house.EVA! Even if they are sparkly..and even if you live in the freezing boonies :P

  2. 5

    Nat says

    I love my Ugg's!!! I have house Ugg's and outside Ugg's. My house Ugg's should never see the light of day :)

  3. 7

    Kel says

    I've never had Ugg boots, but have always been fascinated by them. Go the Ugg!!

    Love the set – those gold uggs and the hat are my fav :)

  4. 9

    says

    rosemary Hi Karen,Lovely to see the recent piceurts and to remember our stay with you it was a very creative time for me and several poems as well as other writngs came out of it. I’m glad to hear Linda is going to stay and do a workshop again.My question: have you finalised the 2013-14 programme? If not , would you be interested in a workshop on Moroccan/Berber Art and Crafts? My other life is as an art historian and it occurred to me that this might be a topic that could attract people. If you are interested I can make a proper proposal.All the bestRosemary

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