Of course, what you wear to work also depends on your job environment. I'm sure there are quite a few workplaces out there that still insist on women wearing suits. And I have to say they always look very smart when they do. However, my workplace isn't like that. It's more of a "wear what you feel like environment, as long as you look neat and proper and presentable. Which is why I can get away with outfits like this:
(I do apologise for the photo quality - it must have been a grainy morning)
I bought this cardigan in 2009 in the Review store at a Direct Factory Mall in Melbourne. I'd never bought any Review clothing before, but it was on sale and their clothing is so pretty. I really don't wear this cardigan enough, considering how beautiful it is. And it has bows!
Yes, it is the oh so twirlable skirt from Modcloth again. So fun, but at a disadvantage in the Wellington wind, so I always have to check the weather forecast before wearing it (true story).
I defy you to find any shoes more uncomfortable than these. Yes, they are very cute; yes, they are red; and yes, they are flipping uncomfortable! Hence I never wear them unless I can guarantee I will be sitting on my rear for 90% of the time that they are on my feet. It always amazes me how something so pretty can hurt so much. I believe I bought them back in 2007 from Betts and can probably count on one hand how many times I have worn them - yes, they hurt that much.
Until next time! :)