I've faithfully taking pictures, at least of most work outfits, but very bad about posting! These are from November into December.

1: Unfortunately very dark photo of a black dress with silver embroidery and bell sleeves. I love to wear this; the drama and fit offset the darkness.

2-3: Red sweater and vintage quilted skirt. The pin is a 1940s original V for victory, with the Morse code for V in small stones across it: dot-dot-dot-dash. V is also technically my first initial, so this is doubly meaningful.

4-5: Green sweater and another vintage quilted skirt. Green suede shoes and rose gold jewelry.

6-7: Favorite printed knit dress, also with rose gold jewelry.

8-9: Navy scuba knit dress, worn as jumper over blush cotton blouse, and rose gold pumps.

10-11: Royal blue and black knit dress. Hair up again (it was probably the end of a long day).

12: Another dark photo, but the skater skirt is dark green, matching the green floral and gray blouse.

13-14: Royal blue sweater and white pique skirt, worn with vintage pink orchid pin.

15-16: Green sweater from Lands' End with black quilted skirt. I love this color; it's new to my wardrobe, and a much-needed lift to the winter color scheme.

17-18: Sage green skirt and forest green animal print wrap front top. The top is extremely hard to photograph; it's still lighter and less olive than in the closeup.

19-20: Navy scuba knit dress again, this time with pinky-coral turtleneck and Aquatalia tall boots.

21-22: I think this was later the same day, experimenting with the just-arrived pink merino sweater from Uniqlo. I really like how the v-neckline compliments the sweetheart neckline of the dress. I'm also trying out navy tights and cognac oxfords, trying for a less-dark look.

23-24: The printed quilted skirt again, but this time with a black turtleneck and lavender scarf. Also with the green hooded coat over it.

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