I wore this to work today.
It’s a bit radical but I decided to take a risk and went for it anyway. I’m wearing leggings and a thin long sleeve underneath the EF jumper dress, with the ES harper tunic over top. A co-worker took notice of my outfit, and asked if the dress was all one piece. And I said no it’s actually four separate pieces! I feel kind of like a buddhist monk-catholic nun-art teacher in this get up, lol. If I were to do this outfit all over again, I would subtract the white long sleeved top to tone it down a bit.
I’m so tired of covering my ankles. Can it be warm again please?! I’m envious of all my female coworkers who drive to work and can therefore get away with cropped pants, bare ankles, and skirts with regular hosiery. Because I walk a total of 25 minutes on my commute and sometimes get stuck on the freezing cold subway platforms, I don’t have that option and it’s really crampin’ my style!
I get really annoyed when I see blog posts on “how to dress for winter”, and I see the blogger out and about in the snow, wearing cropped jeans, w/ bare ankles, an open wool coat, with a scarf and beanie. Please!? What kind of fantasy world do you live in!? That’s a blogger who cares more about looking cute for the camera then about her readers, and not being honest about what she really wears in the freezing cold. 👎🏻 I’m glad there are still some bloggers who are not afraid to be ordinary people, and not try for the look of magazines, or worse: catalogs.
[outfit: everlane mock neck base layer, eileen fisher tencel terry jumper dress, elizabeth suzann harper tunic, pact leggings, hopp studios oxfords]