Good morning and happy Hump Day!
I hope that all of my friends in the North are staying warm. It’s another cold week in these parts. Life in Canada, right?
To help battle the frigid temperatures, my uniform over the last week or two has consisted of a chunky scarf, a cardigan, and pants similar to these woman uniform pants. It’s been too cold to wear skirts or dresses, which is a bummer. I’ve had fun outfit ideas in mind involving some of my skirts, but they’ll have to wait until we get into a January thaw.
As a company, we have a lot of events planned in the near future, specifically the summer months, and there has been discussion of us wearing a certain type of uniform to help raise the profile of the company and event. I’d heard something about these printed t shirts and how we were going to customize them with all of the relevant information so that people would be able to recognize who was working and who wasn’t. I have to say, I’m quite looking forward to this, as sometimes it can be hard finding the best outfit to wear to work every day. It will be nice to have that break. Although, I am pretty sad that I can’t make the most of the skirts that are sitting in my wardrobe, as it’s just too cold at the minute. I have a bit of a hike into the office and I’d like to feel my legs when I get into work 😉
In the meantime, I’m getting a lot of wear out of my pants, especially my corduroys. They’re the perfect winter staple, and work well for work or weekend wear.
Earlier in the season, I found a great pair of cords from LOFT and have been wearing them far more than I’d like to admit. It was just natural that I had to pick up another pair when I spotted them in my size…and on sale.
What I’m Wearing:
Cardigan – Madewell (Similar)
Tank – Joe Fresh (Similar)
Pants – LOFT (Same)
Scarf – Gap (Newer Version)
Booties – Sam Edelman via Marshalls (Similar)
Necklace – Made by Me (Tutorial Here)
What do you consider to be part of your winter uniform?