Monday, July 12, 2010

Under Pressure, but it's all good!

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Note: It started raining just when I took the pics, so that's why my shirt is a little wet in case anyone was wondering :)

When: Monday July 12, 2010

What:
Green collar shirt: ? (Panama)
Floral skirt: Stevens (Panama)
Beige booties: From this seller on eBay
Black Belt: Christmas present from my parents
Black Liz Claiborne purse: TJ Max

Where: Started working at a special event for my internship

Comments:
Today was a looooong day and now I'm so exhausted! jeje. As a student consultant for my university, I started working today on a huge orientation event for transfer students. Since I would be meeting with people today, I wanted to go with a look that was colorful (aka: very me) and yet appropriate (aka: business appropriate). I'm happy with what I came up with because its business appropriate but still very fun!
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This event is very important for my department, so there is a lot of pressure on everyone to work well (hence the pressure post title!). But I'm a natural hard worker, so I'm not worried about it. I'll be working at this event for the next two weeks, so you can probably expect some more business appropriate outfits. I hope it serves as inspiration for everyone's work outfits! jeje

Here are all the ways in which I've worn this floral skirt:
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07 July 12 (1)

5 comments:

Sal said...

That skirt is dynamite!

HC! said...

adorable outfit!! i love how the two-toned shoes look with the floral skirt!!
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LyddieGal said...

I so love that skirt!
Hope things go well at work!

Chloe, Butterfly Cupcakes said...

Cute outfit. That skirt looks so versatile because with all the different colours you could mix it with so many different things.

Melissa said...

I am in LOVE with those booties and the shade of green of your shirt is absolutely gorgeous!

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