A dark, edgy, yet flirty number for Valentine’s Day.
Originally posted on Girl Meets Soul:
Occasionally, I get sick of the same old boring suit. Spice up your life with pattern! Blue-patterned cap-sleeve jacket and pencil skirt: New York & Company – Eva Mendes Collection White tank top: Macy’s Black large-buckle belt: Body Central Black patent leather pumps: Payless – Comfort Plus by Predictions
Spring is here, the day dresses are out, and these boots are made for walking!
Sub zero temperatures are gone, the sun is shining, and I’m ready shed that winter coat!
Redefining the power color blue.
I wore this edgy number to the 3rd Annual Delaware Naturally Redefined Hair & Holistic Expo as my panelist dress. It certainly got a number of stares and compliments. It’s also perfectly suited for a night out on the town. Dress: Moschino Chain to Zip Dress Black Pumps: Fioni Kutzie Nails: Sally Henson Insta-dri Mint Sprint
This pink pleated skirt and print top create a feminine touch that’s perfect for a Friday at the office. Toss on a black blazer, and office chic gets kicked up a notch. Print blouse: New York & Company Powder blush pleated pink skirt: New York & Company – Eva Collection Black cardigan: Macy’s Silver buckle belt: Express T-Strap pumps: Payless – Dexflex by Dexter These shoes though!
Ever walk through the mall, enter a store you like, go to the “career” section, only to be met with work clothes that are inappropriate for the office or (even worse) clothes devoid of all personality? Since my work takes up a good portion of my life, I’m rarely in casual clothes. But I do get tired of the typical, boring professional uniform attire, especially in the legal field. It always feels a little like I left a piece of my soul behind.