- a purple cardigan - a cream coloured, cap-sleeved, mock-turtleneck - greenish tweed skirt with sheer pueple ruffle - pale lilac coloured tights - lilac microsuede zip ankleboots
overall: Though I think it's lovely, I don't believe this is something a child of 7-12 would wear. It looks a bit grown up, not in a sleezy way, but in an 'this is appropriate to wear to the office' kind of way. I know other people have said it has good mix and match capabilities, I don't quite see it, myself.
The purple cardigan has a lovely feel to it. It has nice detailing on the wrists. I honestly would've prefered this piece if it closed somehow other than a ribbon woven through the waist; buttons, or tied at the chest.
The cap-sleeved mock-turtleneck has a design on the front made from sequins, but I'm not clear on what it's suppose to be. a berry of some sort, or perhaps a flower, or a clump of lilacs? I don't like the detail, I think it's extraneous. The sequins come loose and dangle like dingleberries easily.
The greenish tweed skirt is a really nice weight, and I'd love it if only it didn't have the sheer purple ruffle. It would be indefinately more mix and matchable were it not for that. The colour combination, though it works when you've the outfit all together, is kind of bizarre when you look at just the skirt on it's own.
As other people have said, the thights are very thin. Personally, as an adult, that doesn't bother me. I'm just really happy to have a pair of tights in a colour other than white or black. purple tights!
I love these boots. They're dead cool. I would buy this outfit, if I could find it cheaply enough, just for the boots (and tights).