In a pink maxi dress I look like no one else at that school! There's never a teacher, a student, a secretary or anyone who ever wears a long dress. Well, except for me of course!
|Looking like no one else!|
After Wednesday's disastrous outfit I've included a photo of my backside, proving once again, that it's not as bad as it looked on that first photo, as long as the clothes follow my curves.
|See the curves?|
To spice things up I added lemon yellow bangles, another rarity at my school! Plus of course my best black bangles (one is from my Swedish blogger friend Anna who gave it to me when we met in Copenhagen this summer)!
For the last time this year I wore my ballet flats. They're very comfortable, but not particularly warm. Today I noticed a significant drop in the temperature, and got cold feet for the first time since summer. A sure sign that autumn's here.
|Bloch ballet flats|
Am I dressing age appropriately? It's probably too casual for many offices, but isn't it fine for a school where half the staff wears jeans? Since my work environment later will be quite creative shouldn't I then dress creatively?
How much thought should I give this anyway? The upcoming internship, in February, does seem a bit frightening in terms of appropriate dressing.
Now, I hope my back isn't giving me too much trouble tomorrow, like it did yesterday when I had to cancel my trip to Copenhagen. There's an exhibition just South of the city about India, that I'd like to see. Some friends of mine are at a renaissance fair nearby, and would like to meet me there - if my back cooperates!
As I look forward to a Saturday with lots of fun, how can I not smile? Add to this that I'm also home alone (with the dog), since the rest of the family is in Sweden on Scout's business.
|Weekend - yes!|
Have you all got plans for the weekend? I'm doing my best to find substitute activities to the usual shopping. This weekend it'll be museum and a fair.
Enjoy your weekend whatever you decide to spend your time on!