What the heck is work appropriate?
|top: UO (try this one to get fired), shoes: Joe's Jeans, skirt: Forever 21 (similar & here)|
I mean, is there even such a thing? Because I can't imagine that Hooter's uniforms have much in common with the haughty ensembles found on Capitol Hill.
And even when something is technically "appropriate", I'm beginning to realize that it might not be appropriate for the specific office in question.
Case in point: my creative little get-ups are not really makin' me a ton of friends at work.
Nor are the countless skirts that I'm suddenly realizing fall more than slightly outside of the "within 2 inches of the knee" requisite length.
Which is annoying. Especially since I feel like if you're happy and confident in what you're wearing, you'll not only do your job better, but interact with others in a much more influential manner.
|This is me being influential.|
So what if I do it while I'm sporting a questionably high slit, spandex skirt, and teeny-bopper French text tee?
Ah well. I guess I'll just have to start my own multi-billion dollar company and institute a wear-what-makes-you-feel-good dress policy.
Until then, I'll just keep wearing stuff like this and coping with the disapproving stares.
C'est la vie.