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Paralegal Career Dressing: Finally, My Pants Fit

Paralegal Career Dressing: Finally, My Pants Fit

After looking back on a few weeks of outfit pics, I promised myself I’d try to wear clothes that fit. Darn, that meant another trip to the thrift store to score these size 2 Banana Republic slacks. I was on my way to two days of business at the North Carolina Bar Association in Cary, NC, including a Paralegal Division Council meeting on Thursday and a technology CLE on Friday.

Cardigan (Target); Tank (Ross); Booties (Ross); Banana Republic slacks (thifted); Necklace (Jada’s Jewels)

This necklace set is probably my favorite jewelry to date from Jada’s Jewels, because I wear a lot of browns, golds, and creams. I am thrilled with the unusual and delicate construction.

Goldtone Freshwater Pearls ~ $17 (Jada’s Jewels)

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What’s your take on pearl necklaces? Love ’em or hate ’em?

4 Responses to Paralegal Career Dressing: Finally, My Pants Fit

  1. Love pearls in any piece of jewelry. In fact, I'm wearing a pearl necklace right now. I tend now to wear more than one item at a time, though. Pearl necklace and earrings and/or bracelet is too matchy matchy for me.

  2. Louise, I agree. I rarely wear jewelry sets together, because it seems like overkill. Seeing television news anchor women wearing huge earrings with a huge statement necklace usually drives me over the bend. Maybe that's one of the reasons I still subscribe to the print newspaper.

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