Target sheath dress I also bought in black & red. I could have added a pink or stripey sweater (or a pink stripey sweater!) or a military jacket or a velvet jacket.
But I went with a classic black cardi because today was full of meetings, including a rather important one about a big project I've been working on at the office. Easier to go with reliable black & grey than something more edgy.
What I'm wearing:
Grey sheath dress, Target | Black boyfriend cardigan, Chadwicks | Black tights, Calvin Klein | Black kitten-heel pumps with silver buckles, Payless Shoe Source | Black beaded waterfall necklace, Torrid | Black & hematite cocktail ring, Aldo Accessories | Black beaded hoop earrings, random accessory store | "Raisin Rage" lipstick, Revlon
The meeting went well, & my proposals for the project were approved. I don't think my outfit had much to do with it, but there's always the chance that if I'd dressed more casually or more cliche goth, I wouldn't have been taken as seriously. That's the risk you take in the workplace, & I don't mind toning it down to get the job done.
How do you dress when you need to impress at work?
I actually popped into target today looking for that dress. Was out of my size, which is probably gods way of saying I need to not shop for a bit. The shoes work great with it.ReplyDelete
Smart choice. You look professional and elegant; I think grey is a confident color.ReplyDelete
Trystan, that necklace is perfect for that classic look!ReplyDelete
Heh, I have that happen all the time - I see something online & think 'oh, I'll buy it in the store.' No luck, but prob. better that way ;-)ReplyDelete
Thanks. I really like grey as an alternative to all-black.ReplyDelete
Sorry I didn't notice the necklace was partially tucked into my neckline when I took the picture, ah well.ReplyDelete
I have to agree with Scorpianax...the shoes work great with it. Or, "THE SHOOOESSS" as Jen from "The IT Crowd" crowd would have said. ;)ReplyDelete
...and here's the follow-up....just for giggles...lots and lots of giggles...ReplyDelete