Introducing Professional Tuesdays & Thursdays

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When: Tuesday September 7, 2010

Striped collar shirt: Used to be my mom's
Yellow skirt: El Titan (Panama)
Brown belt: Madison (Panama)
Brown wedges: ? (Panama)
Orange Liz Claiborne purse: TJ Max

Where: A super productive day were I finished projects at work, did errands around the house, and even did some exercise!

Today I am introducing a new section on my blog called "Professional Tuesdays and Thursdays"! As I have explained before, I work as a student consultant for my university. For this Fall semester, I have built my work schedule so that I only work on Tuesdays and Thursdays. That means that every Tuesday and Thursday, I will be dressing in a somewhat professional and conservative matter.
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This is why I have created "Professional Tuesdays and Thursdays"! The idea is to give all of you inspiration on how to dress professionally while maintaining stylish and true to yourself. I hope this will help at least some of you make "work outfits" in the future :)

What do you think of this new segment?

Here are all the ways in which I've worn this striped collar shirt:
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  1. Love this segment!
    I hope to be working again soon after my volunteering has wrapped up.
    You always look well dressed, though. So how is your professional look going to be any different than you're every day?
    Can't wait to see!

  2. I love the idea of a professional segment. I agree with Taylor though, you're always so well-dressed. I think it has more to do with making sure key body parts are more covered (like shoulders, cleavage) and skirts aren't quite as short. My entire blog is what I wear to work but I feel like I'm not quite as professional as I'd like to be. But I don't want to spend money shopping. :)

    By the way, I adore the yellow and orange color combo in this outfit!


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