One of my new obsessions… The 70’s inspired bow-tie blouse! It’s sexy, sophisticated, romantic and uber feminine… I swear this particular blouse makes me want to speak French! Parlez-vous français?… Très magnifique!!! (OK, enough of that)! I REALLY want the one below, but I’m afraid to know what Neiman Marcus is demanding for it $$$$…
It’s very versatile…You can pair them with skirts, pants, or even jeans!
Want to turn it up a notch? Try layering it with a V-neck sweater or cardigan.
C’mon ladies… I think we should all have a least one!
I am soo on the hunt for one…two…or maybe three of these cute tops! Hey…I may need to wear one to a job interview right?! ? LOL I'm soo in trouble….THANKS SHEKERRA…aka Buckdhead!!! LOL
You know what, Shekerra…that's another topic for you to share with us (see Soochic's comment above): How to dress for an interview. Prime example: While I was visiting my sister in LA, I had a job interview with a PR firm…traditionally, I wore a suit. HOWEVER, I felt dated…and I think the interviewer thought so too. Even though it was nice (and expensive), I think they shy'd away from me because my look was so traditional…stock…boring, I guess. some people/places say ALWAYS wear a suit…but in a lot of cases, you can still interview with a certain style of dress that isn't "just a suit"….argh! Help here!! Because I also bought this stylish, but still professional DRESS SUIT to wear to the next interview that I get. It's a grey dress that stops just above the knee, with a fitted blazer that came with it. I'll have to email you a pic. Anyway…I say ALLLLLLLLL this to ask: What are some classic, yet trendy and fashionable ways to dress for an interview? Post some pieces, please!
Simone and So Chic,I will most definitely post about "how to dress for an interview!" GRRREAT IDEA! I'm getting a rush now! THANK YOU so much for all this wonderful feedback!