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What I Wore Thursday
So I’ve been on the job for almost two weeks now and I can honestly say I have nothing to wear. My library is a pretty casual environment and my clothes swing in polar directions, they’re either too dressy or too casual. The hubs nearly had a stroke because I wore my “It’s All About the Shoes” tee shirt to work last Friday. In my defense, the tee referenced The Wizard of Oz, so it did kinda sorta have a tie in to my work as a librarian. Accept that I’m working in an academic library with a bunch of grown ups. So I’ve been trying to pin some possible outfits on Pinterest and I plan to build my wardrobe accordingly. You can check out my outfit board here.
It’s been in the triple digits off and on for the past few weeks and the humidity has been over the top. Almost like walking into a steam room that spews hot lotion instead of steam. Absolutely disgusting. But the library borders on freezing. Do you see the problem? See the little flowers? I made those. I like dressing up my cardis with crocheted flowers, it sorta customizes them.
I’ve been wearing a lot of cardigans because they’re easy to slip on and off as needed but it makes me feel like such a librarian. Not that there’s anything wrong with that…
I’ve also been wearing a lot of bright colors. There’s really no rhyme or reason for it, accept that it’s summer and I feel like I should be bright and cheery. I do like the lime green with the purple and brown. It’s kinda fun, ya know?
So what did you wear this week?
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