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Paralegal Career Dressing: I’m Too Stylish for My Cat

Paralegal Career Dressing: I’m Too Stylish for My Cat

Thinking up blog post titles every day is hard, as you can see.

The last time out with this skirt, I put a bow on it. This time the bow is on the lamp post. (No creepy comments, please).

This unintended weight loss thing is making getting dressed for work extra challenging. Even my shoes seem too big for my feet.

Intriguing Threads skirt (thrifted $9); It’s Our Time sweater (Marshalls I think); Wide belt (Steinmart);  Madden Girl Mary Janes (Kohl’s I think);  Tights (Walmart); Earrings (from Jada’s Jewels set)

I bought this black no-name belt this summer, and found it way more versatile, especially with dresses, than I expected.

Yep, it looks like rope in person, too.

I just realized the tops of the Mary Janes have a similar pattern to the belt, but I wish my feet were fatter, like they were when I bought them.

Again, if I tell you how many pairs of Mary Jane pumps I own, I’ll have to kill you.
You TMZ guys are a huge pain in the royal hiney.

Do you find yourself buying the same kinds of shoes repeatedly? (If so, um, how do you stop?)

2 Responses to Paralegal Career Dressing: I’m Too Stylish for My Cat

  1. I just love that skirt. Awesome shoes too. And such a cute kitty!

    I won't let myself buy a pair of shoes that even remotely resemble a pair that I already have. Since I have over 80 pairs, I'm now really fussy about styles and colours. I do love a good Mary Jane and those t-straps are very cute. I see why you love my Fluevog Harlows! 🙂

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