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Paralegal Career Dressing: More Thrifted & Gifted

Paralegal Career Dressing: More Thrifted & Gifted

The Teen gave me another Merona cardigan for Christmas. To be honest, I think I’m most comfortable wearing cardigans. They make getting dressed for work super-easy.

I almost didn’t get any pics for this outfit, because the wind was blowing like crazy. I was glad I went with trouser jeans that day, because I ended up starting a client meeting while my supervising attorney was on her way back from court. That’s one reason business casual in a law firm should err on the conservative side; you never know who you’ll end up seeing that day.

Merona cardigan (Target – gift); Kenneth Cole trouser jeans (thrifted @$9); Ribbon cami (Rugged Wearhouse @$3); Bow flats (Ross Dress for Less @$14); Earrings (Steinmart); Belt (swiped from a dress)
Most of the pics turned like this – messy 🙂
That didn’t help either.

What’s your favorite source for cardigans?

2 Responses to Paralegal Career Dressing: More Thrifted & Gifted

  1. First…SUPER cute cardi! Second, at least on your windy photo shoot it was not for the firm Chrsitmas card. We took photos in November for our firm card and it was so windy we all looked as stiff as Nutcrackers. LOL

    The after effects of the shoot are apparent on my bio photo. =)

    http://markadamslegal.com/staff/sharon/

    Incidentally, I was wearing a thrifted Talbots cardi that day!!

    Sharon

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