Bows and flowers in Autumn, no less!

I love a good pussybow blouse, particularly when the they're simply and flowy, with a v neck. This inexpensive piece from JCP is bringing a bit of pattern into my work look. It is subtly longer in the back the front, and quite drapey and generous in the body. I would have sized down, but I liked the length, and I wanted a good amount of ease in the upper arm (necessary with so much instrument playing).

I believe that a good bootleg or flare jean is a wardrobe basic, and I paired mine with some comfortable heeled brown booties. My topper is a few years old -- a blue moto from BR. It is not as small as it looks here. One of the downsides of a bosom, is that the girls push back the sides of cardis and jackets all the time!

This silhouette is tried and true -- boot legs with a cropped jacket and a longer top. While it's still pretty classic, I've tried to make it a bit fresher and bolder with the blouse.

For those who've been following my job change, and the way it's impacting my style, this is a "dressier" work look, but I like the polish of a jacket when meeting with new clients. The pics are dark because it's 9:30 at night, and I'm positively "wrung out" at the end of the day, and I'm afraid I look it!

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