Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Black and White, Day to Night

Happy Tuesday, lovely followers!  I don't know about you, but I just LOVED that three day weekend a little too much.  I think I might start a three-day weekend every weekend petition.  Who wants to join me?  Logan and I had fun cheering on the Huskers on Saturday, enjoyed time with family on Sunday and relaxed ALL day on Monday.  I just felt so much more refreshed coming back to school today than I have so far this year!

When I work part-time at LOFT (which I also did this weekend), I know one of the wishes clients often have is for items that can be worn for work, as well as out after office hours without looking too "businessy."  Today I want to share a simple outfit that can be easily transformed from a day in the classroom or office to a night out with the girls or a dinner date with friends.  



The "classroom/office" look contains two of my teacher must-haves, a maxi skirt and denim jacketFor a more traditional office job, try a black blazer and tan pencil skirt instead.

Shopping Guide:
Maxi Skirt: LOFT  (mine available here, similar one here)  Denim Jacket: JCrew Factory (similar here) 
Yellow statement necklace: Very Jane (available here)
Striped shell: LOFT (same shell, different colors here, and a similar black and white shell here)

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Smile!  You've already (almost) made it to Wednesday!  Some words of wisdom to think about as you go out and make a difference this week:



Enjoy the four day week!  Thanks for popping by!



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4 comments:

  1. I am seriously in love with this. I'm not even kidding you when I say that you could be a J Crew model!! Beyond adorable!!

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  2. Just wanted to pop over and let you know that I nominated you for another award today in my blog post...you might wanna check it out ;)

    Have a great week lady!!

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  3. I just started following your blog and I LOVE your outfits! This one is adorable, as are all of the rest. I am a teacher to be just starting out in the blogging world as well. Any advice for classroom or teacher-fashion tips would be much appreciated!
    Much love from Louisiana,
    -Becca
    hertrashmytreasure.blogspot.com

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