Skirt: Forever 21. Tights/Sweater/Hat: Urban Outfitters. Shoes: Target. Top: H&M.
So I recently got a temporary job working for this big corporate company and as you might be able to tell, I am not very corporate. It's alright, but a big problem is that I sit all the time. I sit on my way to work in traffic, all day in my cubicle, and on the way home in even more traffic. I don't really get to talk to anyone and I definitely do not gather any new stories to tell, unlike my old job as a K-12 photographer, those kids provided endless amounts of material! (And I had awesome coworkers which, NEVER hurts).
I don't know how I feel about this 9-5 lifestyle. I am just hoping I can find another job that suites me better, but even I am not really sure what that would be. Funny how when I was in college I thought by the time I finished I would have everything down...nope, not even close. Actually worse off than before! Oh life, you crazy s.o.b. On the plus side I did decorate my cubicle (below) and it looks amazing. I hung up some old life magazine, using that same wire hanging technique I used for the books in my living room (Here), and strung up some old photos that I've collected from antique stores and flea markets. All it needs now is a Bruce Springsteen picture and I am all set.
I have been wanting to show you all my leopard print sweater that I got from Urban Outfitters for awhile now because I literally wear it almost everyday, so much so that I am afraid it's going to start getting holes and then it will be curtains for my favorite sweater. When I first tried it on at home I realized that it matched my hair and I yelled to Kelty, "oh my god this sweater matches my hair" which I first thought might be too much but now it just makes me love that sweater even more. So here's my take on your not so classic 9-5 business attire.