Happy Monday! Are you enjoying a long weekend right now? I am, and I’m loving it, especially since the last couple of weeks have been pretty crazy.
You may remember that I recently shared the news that the new job I started in January didn’t end up working out as I’d hoped. Yes, it was a bit disappointing, but it ended up being for the best, because since then, I’ve actually started a different job. And actually, this job was a lot more professional regarding employee vetting and research. It always feels weird being offered a job without the employer even asking you one question about your life? This employer was on top of their game regarding employee screening, they even had contacts with DNA testing (via websites such as https://www.health-street.net/location/chicago-il-dna-testing/) if that was something I was interested in. It instantly felt more of a safe working environment than the previous job I had initially felt disappointed about. Now, I’m working at a marketing and web design agency in the social media department and it already feels like a much better fit! Starting a new job can be daunting, but having to relocate for it can add to that worry. Did you know that companies usually give 2-4 weeks to relocate for a job? So you don’t have to worry about getting it all done at once, that may alleviate some worry there!
It’s been quite a while since I’ve had to dress for meetings and presentations in an office environment, so needless to say, my wardrobe is a bit lacking. My style tends to be quite casual, so I’m on the hunt for a few new pieces to add to my wardrobe to make getting dressed for work a little bit easier.
Photography By Cory
Sweater – LOFT (Similar)
Scarf – Madewell (Similar)
Pants – LOFT (Similar)
Booties – Franco Sarto via Marshall’s (Similar)
Hat – J.Crew Factory
Bag – Won from Brave Leather (Similar)
What are your must-have pieces for the office?