Day 3 - thrifted tweed skirt in lovely autumnal colours. This was another £15 for the skirt and jacket, from the same shop as day 2's skirt. Unfortunately I don't have a before photo for this one, but imagine exactly the same skirt but about 3 inches longer, so hitting just below the knee = super unflattering. It's amazing how such a tiny alteration can make such a big difference to the wearability of a piece of clothing. Again, the same green thrifted cardigan, clearly I need to thrift more cardis to add to my wardrobe.
Day 4 - it was super chilly today so I went with trousers and a sleeveless shirt, with the ubiquitous cardi over the top. You can see the before photo for this shirt over on the original blog post here. I love the colours of this shirt but next time I need to do better maths for calculating the size of the armholes, they're huge and you can totally see side-boob if I don't wear a vest underneath! Not ideal for work. I could have definitely taken this in another inch or so on either side now - the photo makes it look pretty shapeless though I swear it doesn't look that bad in real life. It is definitely too big though but for work, under a scrub top, it looks absolutely fine. I've got more ex-Andrew shirts to alter so practice will make perfect hopefully!