Sailing The Seven…Canals With Vivien Of Holloway

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The circle skirt is my desert island piece of vintage-inspired clothing. You can pair them with lots of different separates and they are wearable in all seasons. Vivien of Holloway have an array of well-constructed circle skirts to choose from. I own quite a few of them as they are such well-made garments.

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As described by VOH –

Glide into the season with a style classic- our Circle Skirts are now even more streamlined! With a high waistband, back button fastening and zip, they come in a selection of various colours. Stay toasty in our skirts teamed with a Slash Neck Top, or go for a more casual everyday look with our Rio Top. And as they’re a full circle, you can even wear a Petticoat underneath for a full, frothy effect! As with all of our clothes, these gorgeous skirts are made right here in London.
Check out our Size Guide to find your perfect fit.

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Although I do love a dress, separates offer much more flexibility with your outfit choices. This black and white Pirate print, for example, can go with tops of any colour. In summer, you can wear a simple tanks top and you can always layer cardigans or jumpers in winter.

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For this look, I added a teal VOH slash-neck top, black tights and Doc Marten shoes. As this was a more casual way of styling this skirt, I didn’t add a petticoat underneath.

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I brushed out my wet-set and pinned back one side of my hair. For make-up, I did my usual combination of Kat Von D eyeliner and liquid lipstick – I don’t know if I’ll ever break away from it!

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What is your desert island piece of vintage clothing? How do you style your circle skirt? We always love being inspired by new looks!

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