For the past three years since I’ve “retired”, I’ve been living and dressing for what I call “The Sneaker Life”. But a few months ago, I began volunteering in the office of a local Volunteers in Medicine clinic on Tuesday mornings. It’s been fun to get back into some semblance of “work wear”. Today I’m sharing a few of the outfits I’ve worn there recently!
One of my rare forays into print mixing – checked Liz Claiborne cropped pants with a thrifted Christopher & Bank floral jacket. Even my shoes in this outfit were thrifted.
This outfit was entirely thrifted. I love the jacket and the lace tee, but am not crazy about the fit of the pants here.
I like the red pants a little better when covered more, but I think this long tunic dress would look better with a legging or slimmer pant. So I think the red pants are destined for the donate pile!
I thrifted this Forever 21 dress to wear as a tunic. Here, over leggings with boots —
and here over print ankle pants.
When looking through photos for this post, I realized I wore a lot of black and white. But you can’t really go wrong with this classic combo. This Ruby Rd. faux leather jacket is several years old and is one of those pieces that goes with everything!
More black and white in a thrifted handmade striped sweater.
I’ve really been enjoying getting a bit dressed up once a week!
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