I really like working in a “creative” job environment, because my fashion risks and quirks are appreciated, and I have a little more freedom in expression.
This duck sweater, for example, was a HUGE hit. I mean, I get why – it’s one of the cutest pieces in my closet. But, it’s not exactly traditionally conservative.
I did make it a little more conservative and less lounging-around the house, by adding pumps. My distressed jeans do not meet my parents’ approval, but they add some edge to the whole look and keep me from being too cutesy.
What do you think of the ducks? Would you wear it, or do you just like it from afar (because, I know you like it – it’s not possible to think this sweater is anything other than adorable)?
I don’t really even know what to say about this outfit. I think a duck sweater completely speaks for itself. I mean, really – have you ever seen anything cuter in your life?
This sweater is so adorable that when I saw it on the mannequin in the store window, I marched right in and asked where it was in the store, bought the last one, and most shockingly – paid full price for it. I never pay full price, even if full price is only $25.
Also, lime green is quickly becoming my new neutral. It just complements so many things in such an unexpected way!
Bonus: over the next couple months, I’ll be on the road a lot for work. I hope you will forgive any delays/missed posts, because I do get pretty busy. But, your patience will be rewarded with new carpet to look out and a cleaner room as a background. Hotels are delightful.
Sweater and shorts were both bought on my last magical shopping trip.
Sweater: Love Culture
Shorts: Forever 21