I rarely wear suits. I like a polished look some days but my profession definitely does not require a suit. In fact, therapists have a not-very-flattering stereotyped “style” of our own that’s often visualized this way:
|Really, I’ve never seen a colleague dressed like this. Therapists are cool! ヅ|
My suit today is not a real suit, but a near-suit: classic black trousers by Michael Kors, a thrifted pinstriped Tahari blazer, and a Target sheer floral shirt. A friend made the bead necklace, and the suede dancing shoes are from Goodwill, the best $4 shoes I’ve ever owned. I feel relaxed and put-together; I scrunched up my jacket sleeves to make the outfit more me.
Hope your weekend rocked like a hurricane, and stay fabulous,
Visible Monday is on its “off” week this week, so we can recharge, refresh, and howl at the moon ☺ We’ll be back on Monday, May 5th (actually, the Sunday evening