Do I look like a business school student?! We had to wear business formal the first day, so here’s the suit I wore. I stuck with the basics; navy suit from Ann Taylor, with a striped button up. Simply and easy, and comfortable on a (crazy) hot day. These mules are a dupe of the Everlane ones for under $25 at Target. Thinking about investing in the Everlane ones, because I love these so much!
Happy Friday, everyone! I am so excited for this weekend, and ready to get these next couple weeks going. So many big things! Next week, I am getting my wisdom teeth removed – not exciting, no, but something that’s been on my radar for a while. Ready for that to be over. In a little over two weeks, I’ll be closing on my house (YAY!!) and finally getting going on our remodeling plans. I feel like we’ve been waiting forever so I can’t wait to get rolling on that. And then a few weeks after that, I’m going on a cruise! I’ve never been on a cruise before, do you have any tips or tricks for how to make the most of it? We’re leaving out of Fort Lauderdale and hitting Labadee, Haiti, Falmouth Jamaica, and Cozumel, Mexico. It’s going to be great to relax after the crazy month I’m about to have! Read more
I haven’t done a business formal post in a while, so I thought I’d bring it back to the basics. Every aspiring power woman needs a good black suit. Or a grey suit. Or a navy suit. But yes, a dark suit. You wear this for interviews, big presentations, client meetings, you know, the important stuff. That’s why it’s super critical to find a suit that makes you feel fabulous. That’s a pretty big order for dress pants (or skirt!) and a blazer, but when you find the right one, fabulous is exactly how you feel.