Thursday, March 28, 2013

outfit of the day - transitioning into spring

One of the fun things about working in the exciting world of media is that I have the opportunity to get creative with my outfits!

We have a business casual dress code that also allows jeans, so I'm not confined to the boring structure of wearing a suit every day.

Most people, including myself, dress more on the side of "business trendy". So I get really excited about planning my outfits for the day and showing them off in the office.

Since it's starting to get warmer, I was excited to cuff the bottom of my jeans up a bit. Not that there's anything crazy about showing a little bit of ankle on a late March day, but it's the small victories that
make me smile.

I love these teal jeans for spring, and paired with my nude/gold t-shirt shirt length sweater, and nude pumps, I think it makes for a great "transitioning to spring" work outfit.

And while gold jewelry isn't usually my first choice, but it definitely pairs perfectly with this ensemble.

Unfortunately, I am the last person to leave the house for work in the morning so mirror pictures will have to do!

Top: Frock Candy, Tank Top: VS Pink, Pants: (They're teal I promise! Bad lighting!) LOFT
Bracelets: Kate Spade, Necklace: Frock Candy, Shoes: Jessica Simpson

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  1. Great blog hun! Thank you for sharing this with us!
    I hope you come visit me soon, and if you want to we can also follow each other! I'd love to do that :D

    Talk soon!


  2. Cute outfit for the day. We have to be excited about little things when we can roll our jeans up or leave our jackets at home! :)

  3. I love this outfit!
    Do you want to follow each other in Bloglovin?

    Best wishes,

  4. I really like your top. I am trying to transition my closet into Spring too.

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