|Tops: Old Navy; pants: old.|
I admire people who can do the layering-of-a-button-down-shirt thing. But I think I'm doing it wrong.
|Shirt: Loft; skirt: Sears; tights: Target.|
|Shoes: Payless; tights: Target.|
Anyway, to make the bright color work-appropriate, I kept the rest of the outfit simple and classy. All navy blue--the only contrasting color was the tights. And the skirt was fairly long (slightly below the knee), which limited how much purple was exposed.
|Tank top: Old Navy; scarf: ?; jeans: Old Navy.|
When I got home, I moved the belt up to where my waist is now, doing more of an empire-waisted look which accentuated the baby belly:
|Not that different from the front.|
|But look! There's T-Rex.|
|Tank: Old Navy; belt: Goodwill; skirt: Old|
Navy; necklace: WalMart.
There's no way you can tell in these pictures, especially because I cut off my head, but my eyes are blue and my hair is brown and brown and blue just look good on me, okay?
Also, when I first got dressed, I didn't think of the belt and had the tank tucked in to the skirt. I wore it like that all through church, but I could tell it wasn't quite what I was going for. So I switched it up before we headed to the in-laws' for a Father's Day cookout, and I was so glad I did. I think I might bring this outfit to Michigan with me.
|Dress and tank: Old Navy; tights: Target.|
So that's what I've been wearing! Hopefully next week I'll have a Vacation Edition post with pictures of me wearing clothing in exotic locales, like my aunt's bathroom mirror or something. ;-)
It's Wednesday and that's what I wore. What are y'all wearing this week?
How do you play with color in business-appropriate attire?