Hi, I’m a Norwegian medical student that writes my own blog about life as a medical student, travelling etc. I saw your blog through a spread in a Norwegian newspaper last week. I’ve today written about it on my blog and linked to your blog :D I think you have a great blog and I like it very much and have now become a big fan of yours within a very short period of time. I wish you a wonderful weekend. =) http://chocolatesushi.blogg.no
She really knows what she’s doing. Minus the furry vest and the yellow cuffs, the outfit would be way too safe, almost hearkening back to the 1980s Dress for Success look. Those two additions elevate it to something original and creative. There’s a lot to learn from here.
the yellow cuffs is what really does it for me… tougher for a man to accomplish something like that I think–maybe with socks perhaps (i’m business-dress during the week)… *Note: having trouble not feeling “put on” when wearing more fun socks to conservative workplace
I find inspiration in all of these outfits, even those I dislike. I’m a full time student and have made a school uniform of slim jeans and an oversized white tee shirt. friends congratulate me on sticking to this and relying on accessories and shoes to make it an outfit but let me tell you, I would love to be able to wear silk blouses , dresses and fabulous shoes and show off a little leg now and agaiin.
Monique thanks for letting us know which comment was yours. After submitting my comment I usually check to see what you have to say, as well as Jorge from WPB, Suzanne Nelson, sallymandy, Jack Daniel, issey???, and a few others I can’t think of right now.