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Paralegal Career Dressing: Friday’s Deal Is Silk & Cashmere at Victoria’s Secret

Paralegal Career Dressing: Friday’s Deal Is Silk & Cashmere at Victoria’s Secret

One of my supervising attorneys, who wears very small sizes, said she sometimes finds good deals on skirts and dresses for work at Victoria’s Secret, http://www.victoriassecret.com/. I was surprised because while the VS models look super-hot in catalogs, they usually look overly hot for the office. But my boss has to dress for court almost every day, and assured me that some of the VS skirts and dresses are long enough for the office.

So I checked out the store online and was pleasantly surprised to see some inexpensive items I could easily incorporate into my working wardrobe, including this cardigan sweater still available in a variety of colors and sizes. (I don’t really recommend the wonder bra styling for the office 🙂

Silk & Cashmere V-neck Cardigan Sweater $19.99 (Victoria’s Secret)

2 Responses to Paralegal Career Dressing: Friday’s Deal Is Silk & Cashmere at Victoria’s Secret

  1. I bought this same sweater, for the wonderful sales price too. I'm a SAHM and sometimes I just want to look nice and wear something that's expensive but who can afford that and not be working? I think this will be lots of fun to wear with jeans and boots or even barefoot for a night in with my husband.

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