Tuesday, 24 April 2012

A Tale Of Two Dresses

I was feeling a little uninspired this week. The weather is windy and cold and there is a restlessness in the air at work as exams and the end of the academic year approaches.


I have little time to think about what to wear when I am trying to inspire my students so I go for a fail-safe option. Long sleeved dress + toning camisole + boots = my go-to wear for trying times like these. What is your go-to option?


I wore:
Dresses: H and M (brown), Gap (blue)
Camisoles: Marks and Spencer
Wooly tights and Ear-rings: Dorothy Perkins
Boots: Clarks


7 comments:

  1. Well you still look very chic. Mine is layers, lots of them because its been freezing.

    X x

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  2. I like both dresses, but the second one is my favorite. I have noticed a change in the mood on my campus as well. Suddenly the students are VERY serious about their work and concerned about their impending grades.

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  3. Hi Jane, having problems with blogger and certain sites so sorry I'm not commenting very often. You look stylish as usual. I really hate the cold, especially at the end of April when in Italy they are already in spring mood, so I still wear my warm trousers and cardigans! All the best. Ciao. A.xx

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  4. Mine is lots of layers too, I'm freezing at the moment!

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  5. Yep, a dress (any length) and boots do it for me most days - easy and lots of options. Add a cardigan or scarf or bright tights, but the formula works every time! You look great in both frocks. I NEED some tan boots! xxx

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  6. Both dresses look comfortable - that's an important issue for me when I'm concentrating on other things. My go to outfit is black pants/white shirt/and a particular jacket. The jacket is only hipbone length, has bracelet length sleeves and is black with an all over embroidery pattern in color. Works for most seasons here.

    Darla

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  7. Love the second dress in particular! For me a dress & a cropped cardigan are my go-to fail-safe work outfits.

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