All posts tagged: frocktober 2015

What I Wore: Frocktober Week 4

And that’s a wrap on the frocktastic festivities of Frocktober 2015! The month long fundraiser for the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation (OCRF) saw women all over Australia band together and frock up daily to raise awareness and much needed funds for an early detection test for the silent killer. I was kindly asked to pop on a “Frocktober Ambassador” hat this year and I hope I helped you all to understand the need for research into the disease. Advertisements

What I Wore: Frocktober Week 2

I can’t believe we are half way through Frocktober already! Update time… My skin is more tan already, I’ve finally gotten over shaving my legs every day (smooth is so much better than spikes) and I’ve already raised over $320 for Ovarian Cancer research! There is still time to donate guys. Did you know that Ovarian Cancer is known as the silent killer and is usually diagnosed in the advanced stages when it is extremely hard to treat and almost impossible to cure. Scary hey? But if you guys donate today you’ll be contributing to much needed research, and hopefully one day we will be able to catch the silent killer and it’ll be silent no more. Now on to this weeks frock haul. To see last weeks looks click here. DAY 7 – Vintage Midi On Wednesday’s we wear floral. Not pink, you won’t see me in a lot of pink. I’m girly, but not that girly! This floral vintage dress was discovered at an op shop a few months back and I wear …

What I Wore: Frocktober Week 1

If you follow my Instagram account you would have noticed my feed has been filled with a handful of selfies in frocks. Every single day of the week. Why? Because October is actually Frocktober, the biggest fundraiser for the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation. Women from all over the country don frocks in support of the charity, creating fundraising pages for their family, friends and internet buddies to donate. Wearing a frock every day isn’t as easy as you may think! Especially since the weather has been temperamental in Perth and majority of my days are spent at work so I need to be work appropriate too! Plus I’ve had to shave my legs daily and get up early to take a picture. Haha, but I don’t mind because the cause is so important, especially as women’s cancer unfortunately runs in my family and if we can band together and raise money for much needed research, hopefully one day medical professionals will know more about the silent killer. Here’s my first week of Frocktober goodness. DAY …