Thanksgiving might be my very favorite holiday... and I’m feeling extra grateful this year. For family, friends, my business and the best customers. It’s been sort of a crazy year with a lot of twists and turns, but I finally feel like I’m gaining some clarity and that I’m exactly where I’m supposed to be ❤️ Thanks for being along for the ride... have a truly wonderful holiday weekend. 🌿🍁 #ThanksgivingWeekend#GratefulAndThankful#LularoeIrma#LularoeMaxi#MaxiSkirts#BohoOutfit
Monkey in a monkey suit, mostly thrifted. I also sweated my arse off stocking inventory so there's that. Top is from the now defunct #coldwatercreek (thrifted) jacket I'm not sure, probably Penney's or Kohl's? Also thrifted. Pants I got at Bealls outlet, shoes are #birkenstock and thrifted, also not what I wore to work as sandals aren't allowed.
Tomorrow is my only day off this week; I was just complaining about how bored I was. Be careful what you wish for! 😝Love my job thus far, though I still yearn to sling makeup.... #thriftstorefinds#whatiwore#workclothes
My favorite piece I have ever bought from Urban Outfitters! I wore this black and blue blazer to work with jeans. When I go out I like to dress it up with leggings and ankle boots! I think this outfit will be on repeat this winter💙🖤
Traditionally work outfits have been "uniforms" that required the adoption of certain clothing pieces in an arrangement that said: "You are here to work not play". While some places of work have relegated to the business-casual #ichilloutlikethis look, many businesses still haven't gotten the memo that clothing choice is a part of what makes a workplace vibrant. As long as an outfit is public friendly (sans nudity), does it really matter how a person dresses for work? If workers get the work done there is no need for personal style to be compromised in the process.
Image source (s): Reuters/Philippe Wojazer