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The Ragged Shipped Wrecked Skirt On A Beach

by Anna Nuttall

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Wearing Similar Style: Handkerchief patchwork skirt & Black vest

Let pretend for a moment that I’m shipped wrecked on Caribbean island and I’m the only survivor – What the first thing I would do? Well obviously I would light a big beacon signalling someone to help me. The second thing I would do is to record my time on the beach being shipped wrecked on a deserted island (providing that I have my camera on me). So when I’m rescued I’m can become rich and famous by showing them my survivor diary.

OK so obviously that will never happen, being shipped wrecked I mean. Not now with GPS signalling and god know what else. And let be honest I don’t think I would ever go on ship long enough to be shipped-wrecked, I’d get sea-sick and have to be transported off the boat.

What I’m trying to say is and there is a point to all of this rambling -I will never be shipped wrecked somewhere on the Caribbean and the nearest experience to how that must feel is at 9:00 GMT at Weymouth Beach on a Wednesday afternoon. The day after when the whole of the UK experience the  ‘hottest day of the year’, we stepped out after a night sleep and found the beach deserted.  Like empty. It was very bizarre.We could have called out ‘help’ and no one was around us for hundred of yard.
When we got to Weymouth after being at Monkey world the previous day the beach was packed, incredibly crowded. So it was most strange when we stepped onto the beach and found it empty.

Well I wasn’t exactly complaining, it did gave me the perfect opportunity to do an OOTD (outfit of the day) without people staring at me wondering if I’m crazy, and also I could relax on the beach without someone either smoking or talking loudly.

Anyway what am I here to talk about? Ahh yes this ragged skirt. I also think this overall outfit does give me the shipped wrecked survivor look. But especially this skirt. It’s from Primark and it may way of making a promise to myself; this summer I will wear more skirt. I never been very confidence wearing skirt, I also think it stream to the facts that I hate my legs and usually hide them completely. But I been working on my legs confidence by putting them to hard work in the gym and I think it have paid off. I still hate my thunder thigh but I just can’t have everything. And in recent time maxi skirt is fashionable to wear and you don’t necessarily always need a short skirt to complete a look. I have been taken to wearing long skirt and this is where this ragged skirt comes in. I love that this is a handkerchief skirt and the patchwork design give it a bohemian ragged style.

Just a nice skirt to wear on a deserted beach on a very hot summer day. What would you wear?






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Sarah Corbett 24th July 2016 - 10:54 am

Something similar, it looks so feminine – and I’d imagine it would keep you nice and cool.

Jasmin N 24th July 2016 - 12:46 pm

Wonderful outfit! 🙂 hope you had a great time at beach 🙂

<3: Jasmin N

Jennifer Morrison 24th July 2016 - 1:41 pm

love this look, you look incredible

lavenderlife.co 24th July 2016 - 1:59 pm

It’s a nice outfit! I’d probably go for shorts with a similar top to yours. I like skirts but shorts just feel more comfortable to me for some reason.

Kitty Limon 24th July 2016 - 2:13 pm

that skirt looks lovely on you. I’m not one for wearing bold patterns but i’d probably wear something similar in the khaki variety 🙂

Mitch Hyde 24th July 2016 - 2:13 pm

I love your humour! And how good is Primark! Probably the best shopping destination ever

Cindy Simba 24th July 2016 - 2:41 pm

I would also wear a skirt but have it a little shorter. I tend to sink in long skirts! This one is very pretty it has great details! 🙂


AdventureFaktory 24th July 2016 - 3:06 pm

It is also so much more comfortable to wear that at the beach and convenient if you want to change pos beach time!

Gill Jacob 24th July 2016 - 6:43 pm

Love this skirt and good to know as with all you as the model Anna how good it looks on us petite people x So love it when you do these posts x

Maria-Carla Atencio 25th July 2016 - 12:53 am

This skirt is dreamy girl! You look absolutely lovely 🙂


Vyjay Rao 25th July 2016 - 5:03 am

Being ship wrecked on a lonely island is a fantasy I too have, but yes in these days of GPS chances are close to nil. Happy you were able to simulate somewhat similar conditions on the beach.

Nicole Escat 25th July 2016 - 12:49 pm

Oh, I love the skirt! It would be perfect for our next weekend mall day!

Beautyqueenuk 25th July 2016 - 3:00 pm

I love the idea of being shipwrecked on an island and the skirt is divine x

Mum in a Nutshell 25th July 2016 - 10:38 pm

I’m trying to wear more skirts this summer too, I live in jeans and it’s the prefect opportunity to get out of my comfort zone.

Kara 26th July 2016 - 7:08 am

I love wearing skirts but they’re not always practical with small people in tow – love your top too

Tanisha Parker 26th July 2016 - 3:19 pm

Love the skirt…

Chei Pangan 26th July 2016 - 4:36 pm

Love the skirt! 🙂

Rose Sahetapy 26th July 2016 - 10:23 pm

The skirt is gorgeous. Nothing is better here in Europe than going to beach in a Sunny day, with a prettey outfit like yours.

Sian 27th July 2016 - 12:02 pm

Lovely skirt! It looks so perfect and floaty for the lovely weather we’ve been having recently 🙂

PepiSmartDog 22nd September 2016 - 8:24 am

PepiSmartDog: great skirt – especially with Talk Like A Pirate Day just happening during the week.
Thank you for being part of our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop.
Always a treat to read your articles and it makes us smile to see you each week. We love looking at all the fashions. *waves paw* :=o)

The Gifted Gabber 23rd September 2016 - 11:41 pm

I’m more of a maxi skirt kind of gal myself, too. You looked great on that beach! — Amy

Malaika Fernandes 3rd October 2016 - 11:28 am

Perfect skirt to wear on the beach- trendy yet comfy


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