Patterned Collared Dress + Tan Thrifted Skirt


In just seven business days, I'll have worked my last day at my current job and will be done with customer service forever. I almost can't believe that I get to say that. It's true, I'm moving on to bigger and better things, and even though I'm incredibly be sad to be leaving the people I've worked with for the past year, and I can hardly wait for the opportunity that is coming next. In the meantime, I'm still getting up at 4 am to work a 6 am shift and doing my usual routine. I also got to see two different friends from college who were in town last week, visit with family, and eat Costco samples with Jon. It's honestly the best thing to do when you're broke and bored. 

I'm pretty happy that I finally decided to wear this collared dress as a top because it's one of my favorite pieces, and I love the idea of doubling its wear. I paired with these darling donut collar clips from Femme De Bloom. They might be the most adorable thing I've ever owned, and I'm even exaggerating. I'm always happy (as you all know) to support local shops and brands, and seeing Melanie's items when I scroll through Instagram is always a delight. I think putting on these collar clips means a guaranteed a good mood.


Lately, I've started wathcing Being Erica, a Canadian show that my favorite TV columnist, Margaret Lyons, recommended in her last TV newsletter for the New York Times. The show reminds me a lot of Dead Like Me, so I'm hooked. I also recently picked up Better Call Saul again because I'm slow. Better late than never, right?

Dress (worn as top): Yoox
Skirt, belt, shoes: Thrifted
Collar clips: Femme De Bloom

3 comments

  1. Yay you!! That makes me so happy that you're moving up the ladder! *throws confetti all over your blog* I'd bake you a cake and send it in the mail, but I'm afraid it would get all smushed Hagrid-style. Any way. That top really is amazing, and I love those collar clips!!

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  2. So glad you are able to move on to this new opportunity. And looking so sharp while doing so too!

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