My work doesn't have an explicit dress code that I'm aware of. It's business casual, and in BC we have Casual Friday, but it's not like that's the rule or anything. However, something that is not generally appropriate for work in that environment is a sports jersey.
Boo yah!not linking because you're a massive conglomerate, but I do love your sport):
Thank you for recognizing that some women like sports. That they might want to wear a jersey of their team that isn't pink. That they actually might want to wear this in public and still be stylish. I saw your advertising in one of those fashion magazines - 4 pages! - and thought, "Wow, I could do something like that!" Very clever of you.
I really enjoyed wearing my team's jersey today. I had a lot of reaction from people asking me about my team or chatting football with me. HR saw it and was like, "Whatever."
This is my black light wool blazer, last seen here (way down, past the 70s party pics) in mid-October.
here with giant green ruffles in September.
|Who has two thumbs and loves football?|
I was happily reminded of how much I love these shoes. They are miracles of engineering. They have absolutely no cushioning other than that narrow little piece you can see in the picture above. They do not bend and are clompy when I walk. And yet, they are amazingly comfortable and after a full day of wearing them (including walking home a few extra blocks), my feet aren't sore.
I last wore them in the November 2012 all-neutral capsule (recap here) where I wore them a whopping 5 times. They're vintage 80s and I snagged them on consignment in October 2012 for $18.00 (about them here)
The earrings remind me of drawn-up football plays.
Jacket (Banana Republic, thrifted), jersey (NFL), skirt (Nygard, consignment), shoes (vintage 80s, Bata, consignment), cuff (Guess, thrifted), earrings (gift from Lise), lapis lazuli ring/Fulvia Ring (Wendy Brandes).