THE NEW NORMAL

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Working from home has its perks, but staying in my pjs all day has become the new normal.

Instead of waking up and heading straight to my desk, my goal this week is to look into my closet and style an outfit I feel good in.  Yesterday, this was the outfit: White button down, skinny jeans, and a sweater (because Patrick likes to keep our house like an icebox).  It was the perfect outfit to transition from work to an early happy hour.  I mean, it was Monday after all.  A white button down and jeans is as classic as it gets! I threw on a pair of kicks to grab lunch at Whole Foods and my Jimmy Choos for drinks.  These skinny jeans from DL1969 are some of my favorites.  Not only do they have a frayed hem (perfect for petite girls) but the stretch makes them comfortable enough to wear all day.

Being comfortable is key when it comes to working from home, but I decided that I should compromise my style even if no one other than me will see it!

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White Button Down / DL 1969 Denim (c/o) / Ariel Gordon Lariat (c/o) / Clare Vivier Clutch / Jimmy Choo Heels / Everlane Cashmere Sweater / Celine Sunglasses  


xox- a dash of details

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  1. SocialbySam
    SocialbySam says:

    I’ve been struggling to break out of my sweatshirt and jeans wardrobe while working from home (#freelancelife)! If I looked as good as you everyday, I’d be so proud of myself! And that clutch is adorable! I’ve just started seeing Clare Vivier around, I need to investigate more!

    Thanks for the post!
    Samantha
    Socialbysam.com

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    • ALI LEIGH
      ALI LEIGH says:

      It is so much harder than it seems to get dressed when you go to sit in your home office :) You definitely need a Clare V. Clutch, they are seriously my absolute favorite and great to put in a larger bag too to keep things organized! xox- Ali

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