What I Wore to Work Today: Aug 27

Cardigan, t-shirt, belt: Target
Pants: Old Navy
Shoes: Ross

I unexpectedly lost my fashion photographer on Friday (I found a cleared-out apartment and a note when I got home from work:  “…I’ll be in the middle of California when you read this…”).  I have a few days of backlog to post, and then either the What I Wore to Work Today series will be on hiatus, I’ll figure out if my camera has a self-timer function, or I’ll enlist others for the occasional update.

This weekend?  Not a winner.

September 13, 2010. Tags: , , . Pictures, What I Wore to Work Today, Words.


  1. Mom replied:

    Cute outfit… and you’ll creatively find a way to continue. Things will get better, it’s called “maturity here I come, wheee” ok often without the “wheeee”. I’m sorry it was a tough weekend.

  2. the sewing dork replied:

    Shoot me an email – maybe «i can make your day.

  3. amy lee replied:

    wowzers, thats intense – atleast you looked cute 🙂

  4. Carolyn replied:

    Oh, sorry you’re having an awful weekend. Sounds like a real bummer. But I do think this outfit you’re wearing is cute!
    In reply to your query on my blog: a fashion parade is when a store or designer shows the best of their new season’s offerings as a kind of “show” on professional models. Some have a catwalk and a seated audience, but the ones I have been to this season have all been associated with formal sit-down lunches in a restaurant, where the models walk up and down amongst the tables, pausing to show diners the garments and details such as shoes and handbags too, while a commentator talks about the clothes and fashion in general. We have a lot of them in Perth.

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