Sometimes it's all I can do to drag myself out of bed, let alone get into corporate power-bitch mode. I've been a proponent of the "dressy sweats" trend for a while, and even though I usually work from home now, this trick still comes in handy when I have to look halfway decent but don't feel like getting dressed up. Victoria's Secret camisole and pants I bought these cotton & cashmere blend
Trying to figure out what to wear? Work with pieces you already have: Old Navy oxford, Vanessa Bruno waistcoat, Topshop skirt, Urban Outfitters tights, Anthropologie Cube Art scarf, Sam Edelman shoes My version: Banana Republic blouse; vintage vest, skirt, and scarf; Dolce Vita shoes Try it yourself!
Continuing my fixation on layering sweaters, I decided to go in a slightly different direction and integrate the holey/raggedy jeans I stole borrowed stole from FriendBoy. I thought it would be Ricky Gervais-clever to use the ties on the wrap sweater to hold up the jeans. I realized it wasn't such a stellar idea when I had to get unwrapped go to the bathroom. Live and learn! H&M cardigan, Victoria's Secret wrap sweater, Anthropologie top,
Sometimes, styles that were once seen as fashion DEATH become socially acceptable and are canonized as part of the style lexicon. Remember when wearing heels with jeans was a no-no back in, like, 1997? Socks and heels were long seen as anathema to the fashion community, conjuring up images of fetish-y babydoll wear most often seen on "glamour models" in Frederick's of Hollywood catalogs, but the look has gained acceptance