Though I work in a museum, I rarely don outfits that make me feel as though I do. When I put this on, however, I immediately felt like I belonged on the cover of our brochure. The combination of the trousers, s patterned silky blouse, dainty earrings and beret just screamed arts nonprofit to me for some reason. Sadly, my boss didn't promote me on the spot for the outfit alone.
* silk blouse--Michael Kors * grey cardigan--Express * grey trousers--F21 * navy pointy flats--Steve Madden * bracelet--found in Mom's house * blue topaz ring--Overstock * lace earrings-gift from hubs * black cotton beret--Parkhurst*
Does anyone else loving wearing the same item of clothing 2 days in a row? I am not sure why picking up this cardigan that I wore the day before was easier than thinking of a new one, but it happens pretty often. Yesterday turned out to be pretty crazy. We ended up with over 900 visitors to the museum. Giving a tour to 100 at a time can be a challenge, but I actually enjoy it quite a bit- a nice change from our usual smaller tours of 5-10 people. Today we debuted a new schedule with 3 seperate visitor experiences, and Wed night is the museum's gala. My prediction? I will crash pretty hard on Friday... and catch up on all of my tv.
When dressing for work, what factors do you take into account? Do you dress for your workplace, for yourself, or something in between?