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Working Girl

Not, not that type of working girl. I’m talking about the ones in those movies from the ’80s that show the newly minted career girl venturing into the great wide world of corporate America, finding frustration and satisfaction in their newfound ability to type 60 words per minute while wearing shoulder pads fit for a linebacker.

Yeh. It looked something like this:

When it’s cold, I am all about wearing sweaters whenever possible. It’s easy to incorporate something cozy: the key is to stick to fitted shapes and layer thick fabrics over thin ones–not the other way around.

The “pin” on the lapel is actually a vintage screw-back earring that refuses to stay on my ear. Hey, it’s gotta earn its keep…

Vintage pantsuit from the theater warehouse sale; vintage blouse and earring; thrifted gloves;  H&M sweater; hat from the clothing swap; Pashmina Golden blarf; Charles David shoes. I’m wearing a lot of clothes.

Man, I miss the ’80s!

4 Comments
  • Fashion Without Guilt

    December 8, 2010at3:11 pm Reply

    GORGEOUS!!! You look like you have STEPPED RIGHT OUT OF THE PAGES OF OLD HOLLYWOOD.LOVE THE LOOK.

  • Breaunna

    December 8, 2010at8:08 pm Reply

    This is beautiful. I’m a fan.

  • Alinka Johnson

    December 8, 2010at11:33 pm Reply

    I love your pants and I’m really loving how warm you look. It’s a huge accomplishment when you can stay warm and cute at the same time!

  • Fajr | Stylish Thought

    December 10, 2010at11:57 am Reply

    Don’t know if I’ve ever told you, but I love your funky polished professional style. And I love that hat every time you wear it!

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