*EDIT* - Ann Taylor extended their extra 60% off sale and I wanted to point out that this dress reviewed here is now only $32 after the discount! Plus, take an extra 10% off your order (or 15% with Ann Taylor card) with various codes sent out through the mail and email - you can use it more than once through July 18, so I'm not afraid to give my code out here: 10000010795. Let's just say I went a bit crazy during the sale... How can I not when the prices are as good as, if not better than, Forever 21??!? Enjoy.
Wore this to work this past Friday at the office and to a deposition. I'm not comfortable enough yet to wear this white blazer to court (I'm crazy, I know, but I'd rather be safe than sorry until I'm 100% comfortable), even though I've seen many other young attorneys dressing way less conservatively in terms of color. I obviously love clothes, but I love my reputation more, and I honestly don't know what some attorneys are thinking by wearing neon (yes, I'm not exaggerating, neon) blazers and dresses to court! I'm curious for any other lawyers who read this blog, is this just a Miami thing or have you seen other women wearing neon to court in your state? Do you have any "boundaries" that you set for yourself in your own workplace/occupation, in terms of clothing choices?
Blazer: Zara (similar)
Dress: Ann Taylor (similar)
Shoes: Ann Taylor (similar)
Necklace: Forever 21 (similar)
Sunglasses: Forever 21 (similar)
Bag: Michael Kors (similar)
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