Good morning! Last week I met the HomeGood bloggers in NYC. It was great to see everyone and reconnect. After a full day of meetings, shopping and eating, I headed home.
A change of clothes and repacking and I was ready for spring break. Time to nourish the body and soul.
Enjoy the little things.
I’m a fan of being comfortable at work. Starting a new job, editing your wardrobe, or reinventing yourself, these basic fundamental pieces are sure to make a professional statement at work.
Pencil skirt, Button down blouse, Pumps, Statement bag, Accessories. At the moment I’m loving that you can buy new or have a little fun with girl friends while thrifting for some of these beautiful pieces. If you are near Princeton, NJ visit Greene Street Consignment located at 162 Nassau Street and update your fundaments to dress for success. You’ll find designer labels at a fraction of the original cost.
Why are you going to choose failure when success is an option? -Jillian Michaels
Today’s quote and tips are all about the powerful women. Dress for your dream job. The dress code varies depending on your industry. When it comes to business-casual dressing, there are two things I stay away from wearing to work, regardless of the industry, shorts and jeans. One way to transition to business-casual is to add color to your already professional wardrobe. Contrary to what is popular, business-casual does not mean coming to work in jeans and a polo shirt. I hope my teen daughter is taking notes for the future.
Polyvore/ Pop-Sugar/Ivy de Leon