Friday, October 21, 2011

Happy Friday!

Happy Friday everyone!  I've still got a lot of work to do before I start my weekend but I'm excited for it because I'm going to spend some time gathered with friends around a bonfire on Saturday, sipping some good beer, and what better way to spend a chilly late October evening?  Have a great weekend everyone!

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Workwear Wednesday: Jewelry

Okay so you can probably wear almost any kind of jewelry to work depending on the outfit and your office environment, but jewelry can really make or break an outfit, increase or decrease the formality, and also show your personality if your office clothes need to be a little more traditional. If you're in a creative field, you probably have a pretty relaxed dress code, and if you work from home like me, even more so!  But when I meet with clients I need to convey my both my professionalism as well as my creativity, which is a delicate balance.  So I like often like jewelry that's geometric because I think it's where art meets structure.

Necklace and Earrings by Anthropology
Polygon necklace from Etsy
Prism necklace available on Etsy.  I want this!
Geometric Leather Earrings available on Etsy
Architecturally structured beaded ring available from Etsy

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Tuesday Shoesday: Back on Boots

I know I've posted about boots a couple times already but the cooler weather is getting me more seriously looking for my perfect winter boot.  I've narrowed it down to a low heeled, upper-ankle/mid-calf and a lace-up style with some kind of warmer lining.

Madden Boots, also available in black with a zipper in back to make them taller for deeper snow.
Lauren Conrad boots from Kohls, look so cozy!
From Forever 21, probably not lined well (or at all) but I love the style!
These Madden Girl boots look about perfect!

Monday, October 17, 2011

Great Graphic Design

I need a haircut before the weekend and I'm between stylists, which just stinks.  If there was a salon with as awesome identity design as Fast Eddie's Barber Shop, created by graphic designer Richard Arthur Stewart, I'd be there!