The clinic where I've been working lately has a no-white-coats rule, and I've got to say, I really like it. It means that rather than just trying to look professional, it's worth it to put some effort into dressing cute, because it's actually visible. It also means I get to wear things, like this majorly-dolman-sleeved sweater, that simply wouldn't work worn under a lab coat.
Sweater: thrifted | Pants: thrifted | Sandals: Chinese Landry, thrifted | Necklace: gift
I can never figure out what color this sweater is (disclosure: I'm slightly colorblind). Is it grey? Lavender? A kind of putty-taupe? No idea. It does go well with the wall, though.
This is a new type of silhouette for me. It doesn't do the things I'm used to or address my usual style priorities. It's fun, though, to push those boundaries a little, to play with proportion and shape and emphasis in ways that differ from my MO.
You know the drill...Sprummer Fashion Week! Let's go give everybody some love. =)