DJ/Radio Producer-turned-Lawyer attempts to dress like a grown-up. Sometimes I comically fail. And I occasionally post fun stuff, like music videos, book-club reviews, or photos of beauty or oddity.
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Friday, January 14, 2011

Lost in the jungle

I'm posting Wednesday's outfit... er... officially Friday morning. I've been lost in a forest of paperwork, phone jockeying, and hearings, and didn't have time to get Thursday photos. So I will need to repeat the outfit soon, because I have questions.

Wednesday... ta da!:



I've never worn this top to work because I wasn't sure if the snake pattern was too risque. I think it can pass... especially because the jacket tones it down.



I've also never worn these two necklaces, hooked together, long like this. I don't normally like long necklaces- they bug me- but this wasn't distracting. I thought it looked interesting under the jacket.

A closer look at the goods:



The fasterers are so subtle I don't mind them showing.

Between the snakeskin and the wood, I figured I would continue a nature theme and go with stone earrings to complete the look:



Top: Mercer Street Studio
Jacket: Talbot's Petite
Pants: Lane Bryant
Necklace: gift from a friend
Earrings: art show in Kalamazoo, MI

6 comments:

  1. This is a great outfit, 'Doll! The snakeskin is perfect under the jacket (great texture), and I love the two necklaces connected together! What a great idea. This jacket is a great cut on you, too - fab!

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  2. the close-up of the jacket and the sweater and the necklace together is GREAT! I don't know what the protocol might be in your office, but I could definitely wear this to campus. Beautiful.

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  3. I think you can get away with wearing the snakeskin print to work. I didn't even realize it was snakeskin until I saw the photo without the jacket.
    -Meagan
    http://spunkychateau.blogspot.com

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  4. I didn't think snakeskin was risque, but I understand what you mean with the snakeskin in full view! So chic under the jacket--like a secret. Paula

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  5. I love the cut of this jacket! And the two necklaces together--brilliant! Love the snakeskin detailed shirt under the jacket. I say it's very appropriate and stylish!

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