Life: So, I had another semi-embarrassing moment yesterday in court. A judge asked me in a condescending tone "Are you a lawyer??" - NO I'm just standing here in a suit, at the podium, calling the client's name because I'm a random person off the street?? I just don't even understand who he thought I could be? Whatever haha!
Also, I'm currently in the process of transferring ALL my files to my new computer that I got for Christmas. Yes, I realize it's February 2 and I haven't done this yet, but I haven't had time! Case in point - according to my computer monitor, the files should be done transferring in 20 hours 14 minutes - "Ain't nobody got time for that!" I needed an uninterrupted weekend to do this, and this is the first one I've had since Christmas (ahem, it's also the first weekend boyfriend will be gone - he moved to Chicago yesterday)
Clothes: We have reached the end of my first ever 30x30! I've got 2 outfits to close up the month. First up is a more casual work outfit. I almost paired the blue sweater with my cobalt blouse, but in the end went with pink instead to try to bring some spring into this winter 30x30. Although I had my tweed jacket with me at the office, it was just WAY too hot to even put it on for pictures.
Blazer: Ann Taylor (similar)
Shirt: J. Crew
Sweater: Gap (similar)
Pants: Banana Republic
Shoes: Corso Como (similar)
Bag: B. Makowsky
I also got a bit more creative than usual and used my black suit dress as a skirt. I used a thicker belt to cover up the fact that my shirt isn't actually tucked into anything, but is instead just rolled up. I'm sure a ton of people already know this trick, but I learned how to do it from Elle and Jean. All I did was gather my shirt in the back, and cover any lumps and bumps with the belt. The only problem was that this somehow made my dress shorter than usual. This is about as short as I'd go for a work outfit.
Dress worn as a skirt: BCBG (similar)
Blouse: Old Navy
Bag: Michael Kors
Shoes: Ann Taylor
I'm excited to be done with the challenge, but I certainly had fun doing it. I'm going to post a recap tomorrow along with a reflection about what I learned.