Wednesday, was a typical work day for me. Wake up before 4 am, write the content and publish a blog post, respond to emails, pack some orders, stop to talk to visitors (twice) during the day. Then pack more orders, help a customer complete her order by phone, finish just as my assistant shows up to help me for fifteen minutes, no time to even look in the mirror, go outside to take pictures for the next blog post. Take signed forms to the accountant. Go to the Post Office to drop off packages. Go to the bank. Go to the grocery store. Now get back to work! Edit the photos for the next blog post and do the research to locate similar products.
These photos show a typical work at home look for me. I dress in comfortable layers so that I can add to or remove items as needed. I am also appropriately dressed to greet visitors and not frighten delivery drivers or the mail carrier.
The vest is one of the best purchases I’ve made in years. It is here from Chico’s. (I bought the Tonga Navy one too!) I especially like the fact that I can wear this vest opened or closed over a tee that might hug a little too tightly or a shirt that is just wee bit too sheer in the warmer months. I can easily layer a sweater or jacket over the vest and another top when the weather is colder. The key to successful layering is to start with body-hugging items and add the looser fitting items as you build.
The Hush Puppies driving mocks make great house shoes. They are at least five years old. Similar here.
The gray long sleeve scoop neck tee is from White House|Black Market here. The jeggings are very soft and comfortable. They are here from Chico’s. The gray cashmere cardigan came from J.Jill about three years ago. Similar here. Similar sunglasses are here. Similar wide hoop silver earrings are here.
My favorite skin care products and makeup are here. Most of my necklaces are by French Kande found here. I modeled for Covered Perfectly (here) and still wear their tops often. Referral and affiliate links may generate a small commission for Susan After 60 Inc at no cost to you.
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