Monday, November 5, 2012

{fashion} menswear monday

Thank goodness for chambray and ponte knit. It is a match made in pure comfort heaven. No one has to know that you feel like you are wearing PJs. ;)

I wore this to work the other day. I would definitely rock some leopard flats or riding boots with this outfit too, but figured it would be too casual for Ann Taylor. Good thing my faux alligator-skin Liz Claiborne loafer block heels are pretty much the most comfortable heels on the planet. I once walked on our hard-as-a-rock floors at work for 6 hours straight without complaining once about my feet. That is a feat in itself. I wasn't sure about them at first (besides the comfort factor), but the look has grown on me a lot. I can thank my sweet momma for finding these at Marshalls. :) They look adorable with boyfriend jeans & straight ankle pants, too. Bonus points for them being super practical to wear on Spain's infamous cobblestone streets as well. Everything that is going in my suitcase(s) has to be fashionable and functional. Oh my.

The goods:

Ruffle Chambray Shirt: Ann Taylor
T-Shirt Blazer: Old Navy (old)
Ankle Zip Ponte Knit: Loft
Loafer Heels: Liz Claiborne Flex
Bubble Necklace: Etsy
Leopard Belt: Ann Taylor
Tortoiseshell Watch: Anne Klein (gift)
Charm Bracelet: Alex & Ani (gift)

Maybe someday my blog pictures will be of better quality. AKA: maybe someday I'll own an iPhone & a DSLR camera. #poorpostgradprobs.

xoxo, Jen


  1. i have #poorpostgradprobs even with a full time job, i feel your pain. i could use a DSLR :)

    also, retail totally teaches you the art of the extra comfy but cute shoe. i love your work look!

  2. Ha I am with Lauren! Such a good point you two made!

    And you are so fabulous at layering and accessorizing! You look so comfy, but cute! If I wanted advice/ help in a store, I would first want to ask someone dressed as cute as you are! :)


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