First of all, I want to shout from the rooftops - THANK YOU YLF for helping me sort out my closet and learn how to dress my body and have confidence. I've learned a lot over the last few years even if I don't always interact that much on the boards.

I had work meetings this week - requiring me to look pulled together, but knowing some in the group would default to jeans or even more casual (software industry, plus male dominated team).

I opted for pulled together business casual that still had an approachable aspect to it (hopefully).

Inspiration: french ladies, haha

***The moral of this story is that:
(A) I could shop my closet to pack for the trip (the AM of my flight, nonetheless)
(B) I felt good in what I wore and already had
(C) YLF made me feel like I was put together yet stylish and appropriate

Now, on to the WIWs
no pic - day 1 for travel 8+ hours door to door and meeting a friend for happy hour once I landed
VC ponte pants
VC tee
kut denim jacket
cole haan peep toe wedge shoes in snakeskin

day 2 (PIC 1)
kut BF jeans that have become straight/skinny bc of drying in clothes dryer and weight fluctuations - rolled up
EF silk top (with sheer shoulder detail not shown in actual pic, same as find but in black)
grey knit blazer thrifted (similar find below)
seriously OLD pointy toe heels by Nine West (no find)

day 3 (PIC 2)
white DKNY skinny jeans rolled up (seeing a theme here?) (similar find)
black EF tunic (favorite) (find in blue)
gold and offwhite pendant (tory burch) (no find)
naturalizer animal print heels with black patent heel (no find)

day 4 (not shown)
VC tube skirt - black with small white polka dots (find shows stripes)
Caslon dark salmon tshirt (similar find)
kut denim jacket

cole haan peep toe wedge shoes in snakeskin

All I can say is

to YLF for giving me knowlege and confidence. XOXOXOXOXo

ETA photos - a few errors via iphone but hopefully working now

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