Friday, August 16, 2013

The Nanny Uniform

I definitely have a pattern when it comes to dressing for work. It goes something like: jeans, flats, and something interesting on the top. I try to wear well fitting, yet comfortable jeans, and stay away from boxy tee shirts. Here's a peek into this past week:

Tuesday
striped tee, bright cardi, straight legged ankle jeans
Thrifted Tee, Cardi, and Jeans; Gap Flats; Handmade Necklace via Etsy

These jeans are one of my most recent thrift finds and I love them! They fit perfectly, the wash is great, and I love the straight leg that ends right at my ankle. I rarely find jeans (thrifted or new) that don't require some sort of tailoring so this is a big win.

Wednesday
striped peasant top, skinnies, moccs

This top is so comfortable but I can see now that It needs to be hemmed. Otherwise I loved this outfit. So comfortable.

Thursday
floral top, purple jeans
Thrifted Top; JCPenney Jeans; Payless Flats; INPink Earrings

I felt like kind of genius on Wednesday night when I realized this top could go with these jeans. There are really tiny purple flowers on the top that really popped against these jeans. I think now I've paired this top with every pair of pants I own. Yay remixing!

Do you have a daily uniform?

Rachel The Hat

5 comments:

  1. The thing about stylish people is that they know what works and can mix and match pieces - that's why the uniform idea is useful. I tend to keep my work wear and casual wear separate, so I don't feel like I am at work all the time! My work wear is basically smart trousers and interesting tops. Love your floral blouse.

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    1. That's true! Sometimes the uniform feels boring but you are right!

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  2. Love Thursday's shirt!
    Thanks for linking up for Passion For Fashion! ♥

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  3. jeans are so tricky to buy i find, these look super on you!!thanks so much for linking up to passion for fashion, cant wait to see you again tmrw xx

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