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Paralegal Career Dressing: Visible Monday & Gibberish

Paralegal Career Dressing: Visible Monday & Gibberish

Monday Monday Monday (insert gibberish gibberish) hath done me in.

So much so that I’m going to share an outfit picture from a couple of weeks ago. Because I forgot about it. And outdoor pics are much nicer than indoor pics taken on a Monday Monday Monday (insert gibberish gibberish gibberish).

Plus this is my $5 fully lined skirt, and I don’t like missing opportunities to tell everyone it only cost $5.

The Deets: Worthington skirt ($5 jcp clearance rack); Easy Spirit booties (Hamrick’s clearance); Willi Smith batwing sweater (old); Chain (clearance something somewhere)

I’m linking up to Patti at Not Yet Dead Style’s Visible Monday, where all the fabulous style bloggers and real women with wrinkles share their fabulous-ness every week. Check out Patti’s super chic crisp white man’s shirt, and tell me that’s not the next thing that you’ll be workin’ at work, a la Sharon Stone and Patti, if you haven’t already.

36 Responses to Paralegal Career Dressing: Visible Monday & Gibberish

  1. Oh man, it's all I can do to not brag on my thrift scores to random strangers. I have exactly enough shame to keep it to myself until I'm talking to other thrifters, but it's not easy.

    I love the blue with all the black, and also, your hair looks particularly great in this photo.

  2. Oh i love when people get great low priced deals! $5 dollars, five dollars, FIVE DOLLARS. i would be screaming it so I don't blame you for your sharing as you do. hahahaha

  3. The skirt is quite the find and it fits perfectly. I love the silhouette that you chose today (I mean a couple of weeks ago) and the chain (clearance something somewhere) beautifully reflects the blue of your skirt. Great outfit!

  4. That skirt was a bargain, love the colour on you and the pretty beads.
    I haven't worn a white shirt since I was a boss in the Nineties! xxx

  5. Hi Lynne. I really like the sleeves of your top. I love tops like that, they are loose all over and have a fitted band on the bottom – I own a few myself. And how incredible is that Teal skirt. I want a Teal pencil skirt. =) What can I say you always look SO SOPHISTICATED!!

  6. How much was that skirt? I bet it cost a fortune, it is so fabulous. You must have dropped a wad of cash on that baby!! ๐Ÿ™‚
    You look fantastic – a couple of weeks ago. I hear ya about the gibberish. And I agree, Patti is in full-on Sharon Stone mode.

  7. Oh yeah, that's no $5 skirt! You are fab and so sophisticated. Thanks for the Sharon Stone comp. – she;s one of my age-idols. And thanks for linking up to Visible Monday.

  8. Here's what I love about seeing what women have put together. Love what's going on with the very minimal and cute outfit … and then my eye goes right to the little pop of warm color in your watch-face. If that doesn't point out the efficacy of color contrast, I don't know what does. Neat style lesson. I just love little moments like you showed us. Thanks,cute lady!

  9. Great skirt – and great deal! Very good idea to let the coloured necklace repeat the colour of the skirt. The top has a fabulous shape. Glad you remembered this photo!

  10. Gorgeous and wonderfully flattering outfit, Lynne – I love that shade of ($5!) blue and remember your peacock watch. Your booties and top have such cool shapes! Hope your Tuesday and Wednesday went more smoothly than mine – or than your (gibberish gibberish) Monday!

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Lynne J. DeVenny, N.C. State Bar Certified Paralegal

Owner & Virtual Paralegal, DeVenny Paralegal Services

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Lynne DeVenny is a North Carolina State Bar Certified Paralegal with over 27 years of experience working on complex litigation cases, including medical malpractice, personal injury, workersโ€™ compensation, and Social Security disability.

Disclosure: I am not a lawyer and cannot provide legal representation or legal advice.

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