My uncle to someone I didn't know: how's Scott doing?And Thanksgiving was also good with lots of turkey and wine. And wine and wine.
Man: oh he's good. he's a trained chef but he also has a business installing windows. I'm not sure how that's connected.
My uncle and mom simultaneously: maybe they're takeout windows.
And today, back to the work grind (boo) and back to blogging (yay).
First of all I'd like to say how sad I am that I missed the virtual birthday party of Sheila. Let's pretend that what I'm wearing in this post is my party outfit. It's pretty festive.
Jacket: Le Chateau
Dress: Dorothy Perkins
Tights: Peek Brooklyn
Shoes: Dorothy Perkins
This dress is a little shorter than I would normally be comfortable in at work but these tights made me feel more covered up.
Then again, these tights are maybe not work appropriate either. Swirly!
I think this jacket works well with this dress. The cropped style is a good complement with the width of the black skirt.
Looking like the bureaucratic vixen that I am. I like how my tattoo seems to match the tights.
I took these photos at 8am when I was alone at the office. My cats woke me up much earlier than usual so I just got up and got ready for work.
I'm not sure what I think about the exposed zipper. I guess it makes the dress more interesting from the back rather than just being a big beige block of blah.
Ok. So these shoes. What do people think? Are they:
a) cute 1940s-esque hells
b) reminiscent of Minnie Mouse or Miss Piggy