Hello Everyone!

Sorry for the smaller amount of posts last week.  I was away at a work conference and spent two days out of the week traveling and my days got away from me while we were there.  Thankfully, we are back to regular schedule this week and posts should be going up like normal.

Here’s what I wore in real life last week.  All of these outfits had a little extra planning because I was living out of a suitcase.  I strived to find outfits that worked a variety of ways in case I didn’t feel like wearing the pairing when the day came.  I was pleasantly surprised that the Christian Louboutin flats that I wore were comfy enough to walk over a mile in each day of the conference and I got no blisters from them even though it was the first time that I had worn them.  They were compliment getters everywhere I went and I am so very happy that I purchased them during my birthday spending spree!

Be sure to check out past week’s What I Wore in Real Life:  Weekly Chic posts here:   ., ., .10.11.

Monday:  Regular Work Day

|  Pants:  Paige  |  Sweater:  J.Crew  |  Blazer:  J.Crew (old; similar here)  |  Brooch:  Chanel  | Loafers:  Nicholas Kirkwood  |

Tuesday:  Travel Day

|  Cardigan:  Vince  |  Tee:  Nordstrom (this year’s version here)  |  Denim:  Joes  |  Hat:  Banana Republic  |  Flats:  Christian Louboutin  |

Wednesday:  Work Conference 

|  Dress:  old; love this one  |  Flats:  Louboutin  |

Thursday:  Work Conference (I wore this outfit but with dark skinny jeans instead)

|  See this post here  |

Friday:  Travel Day

| Top:  ChicWish (old; love this one)  |  Denim:  Joes  |  Flats:  Christian Louboutin  |

Saturday:  Errands and Shopping

|Sunnies:  Celine  |  Denim:  Joes  (sized up 3-4 sizes for a boyfriend fit…see this post for more about boyfriend jeans)  |  Sweater: J.Crew (old; wish I owned this version here) |  Vintage Chanel Handbag  |  Flats:  Louboutin  |

Be sure to check out past week’s What I Wore in Real Life:  Weekly Chic posts here:   ., ., .10 , .11

Have a fantastic week!




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