The Blog Formerly Known As Practical Paralegalism
The last time I wore this sheath dress (under $20 from Steinmart, believe me, you can get the classic look for lots less than several hundred dollars per garment), I unimaginatively put a cardigan over it and hid the neat neckline and waist insert. This time I decided to try a blouse under it – one that wasn’t getting worn and might be destined for the GoodWill. I dunno if I like the look or not. Maybe a little too Renaissance Faire for the practical paralegal?
Also, all my bling is from Jada’s Jewels, http://www.jadasjewels.com/. (Not a sponsored post. I love my daily a.m. JJ email 🙂 I’m so in love with the cuff bracelet (which is really silver like it looks in the photo with my iPad), because it adjusts to my skinny wrists and looks like a ton of bangles without all the jangling, that I took every opportunity I could to show it off, only no one noticed. Except maybe you guys.
I really wanted to do the multiple watch thing that I’ve seen other style bloggers do recently, but I was concerned that I’d get questions regarding my senility, like, “Did you know you’re wearing two watches?” This is a law firm. Style’s not really our priority.
|Adrienne Vittadini sheath (Steinmart clearance $16); Peasant blouse (Ross for cheap years ago when I was feeling Bohemian or something); Tights (Target); Jewelry (Jada’s Jewels)|
|Same cheap and comfortable shooties from Ross I’ve been wearing all winter. They had me at the covered buttons.|
|Yes, I love my Incase Origami Workstation for iPad but the important thing is my bracelet, see my bracelet? 😛||.|
This is the stuff I did all day to draw attention to my cuff bracelet, kinda like a new engagement ring.
|Oops. I did steal your coffee cup, and raided your chocolate stash, too.|
|Oh, heck, let’s just point out the obvious.|
|Someone has a new bracelet but needs a nap.|
Do you like to accessorize with bracelets? What are your favorite kind?