Details: non-iron shirt, Brooks Brothers (seen here); cashmere tee – statement necklace (seen here) – cocktail ring (seen here) – pearl stud earrings, J.Crew; hi-rise retro flare jeans, Old Navy; peacoat, Kristen Blake (similar here or here); platform peep-toe pumps, Calvin Klein (seen here); watch, Lacoste
Yep, I’ve been outed. Not that my blog was secret, per se, but I was definitely trying to keep it on the DL at work. I don’t list the address on my facebook page, I don’t ever use my real name, etc. A few people have found out, which was fine, and like I said, it’s not secret. (And thanks y’all for your support!) But now word is starting to spread, and a few more work people have stumbled on to the blog.
As my husband pointed out to me this morning, however, just because people know about it doesn’t mean they are reading it. Ouch – but true! The blog has nothing to do with my work, so most attorneys (especially the older boss types) are probably not even interested. Right?
I don’t want to make my blog private but I also don’t want to draw unnecessary attention to it at work. Any ideas? I love blogging: it helps me keep track of and enjoy my closet, it forces me to be creative in my daily outfits, and it is one of the few non-work related activities I have been able to make time for. I really don’t want to stop!
On the outfit front, I love this cashmere tee. I picked it up a few years ago and it’s the perfect easy and warm layer. My obsession with these jeans continues (wish they came in more colors!) and the jewelry just spoke to me today. As for the pigtails – why not? 🙂
My question for you fellow working fashionistas is: how do you handle this? Do your co-workers know about your blog? Your thoughts would be most appreciated.
As always, thanks for reading!