I have to admit I probably will not be able to wear an outfit like this to work;
not even on casual Fridays.
The combination of bold accessories, tight fit top and non-traditional print pumps is
probably too psychedelic for our otherwise conservative corporate culture.
Even more so, by adding the scarf below would surely land me an appointment with the HR department.
There would be plenty of clients filing complaints that they are unable to concentrate on
my meetings because my scarf is too distracting.
Sure it's pretty with all the grape details, but still distracting.
And in corporate America, distraction is costly.
For a sushi date night with the hubby on the other hand, this is just perfect!
Sushi chefs are usually not quick to judge, nor complain, nor get distracted.
Yes, I'm an uppity, buffed-to-a-high-sheen, sheath-dress-wearing, laptop-toting
conservative Business Analyst on weekdays.
But on weekends, I transform into a camwhoring, attention-hogging,
self-confessed narcissist and a hopeless-and-beyond-any-help shopaholic who
happens to love sushi.
Please don't hate me.
I promise I'm really nice in person.
Sometimes even fun and creative too!
Just to prove, I just made this DIY chain clutch here below.
Do come back next time for the tutorial.
I can't account for exactly how much shopping I have been doing non-stop the past few weeks.
All I know is that I will have to wear sunglasses when I open my credit card statement next month!
The darker and blurrier those numbers appear, the better.
Worse yet, I cannot account how I always end up at the checkout lines at Saks Off Fifth and
Nordie's Rack with dozens of items in tow.
It seems I have a habit of apparating there. Every. Single. Weekend.
And never empty-handed, mind you!
Therefore, the only logical conclusion to this mysterious phenomenon is this: If I can't account for any shopping I did, then I am NOT responsible for it.
Whew! I'm off the hook, thanks to my impeccable logic!