But as I mentioned here, I really need some motivation to figure out my outfits now that I work from home. My old work clothes that I used to wear into the office are just too formal for me now, but I need to wear something other than my PJs all day to feel normal, even though it's the easy choice.
So I thought if I turned this into a blog project for a few weeks, I'd be motivated to put together cute outfits, and then actually put them on, because of course, I need pictures for said blog project.
Here's week one, which I already failed at on one of the days. But it's definitely better than PJs!
Top: Gap, Capris: Victoria's Secret, Heels: Michael Antonio, Necklace: NY&Co
Top: I think maybe it's from JCPenny's (I've had it for years), Skirt: Victoria's Secret, Kitten Heels: Target, Bracelets: Forever 21
You can tell I didn't spend much time on pictures today, I forgot to adjust my white balance, and only took a couple of shots, all with very similar poses. ANTM, I am not!
Top: Ruffled Polo from Old Navy, Bermuda Shorts: Gap, Pink and Brown Heels: Steve Madden, Belt: Target
Thursday: Fail Day
Today I didn't make it into an actual outfit, unfortunately. I had a conference call early in the day with the European team that I had to prep for, and it threw my whole schedule off. So instead of getting up, checking to see if I have any urgent emails, then working out, showering and getting dressed, I just worked all morning, and didn't even have a chance to shower until just before dinner. Which means I just pulled on wrinkled shorts and a t-shirt. Sigh!
So instead of an outfit picture for today, here is Hailey, looking particularly cranky and judgmental about my poor showing for Thursday.
Jacket: Banana Republic, Top: Old Navy, Skirt: Old Navy (hooray for pockets!), Heels: Nine West, Necklace: Old Navy
You probably noticed I wore a lot of Old Navy stuff this week. That's because I just bought some new things from there, to beef up my casual clothes wardrobe (since I normally err on the side of being overdressed, instead of underdressed, I didn't have anywhere near the number of casual clothes as I do business-ish clothes). But I'm working on it, and am going to try out combining some of my old, more formal, clothes with some casual pieces, to hopefully get the work from home/weekend style I'm looking for.
Tell me, do you usually err on the side of being overdressed, or are you more a fan of casual looks?