Another post on work/professional dress. Oftentimes I'm too lazy to browse Banana Republic, or Nordstrom for clothing. And since I only buy sale items, on the occasions that I do go there are no items in my size or price range (San Francisco SUCKS for small sized clothing because of all the EFFING SKINNY BITCHES running around. DAMN YOU.). Luckily, yesstyle.com offers stylish (in my opinion ~ more stylish than any American brands), small sized, and inexpensive clothing. And you don't have to wait for a sale because they're priced so low to begin with. If you spend less than $150, it's $10 shipping, but it's worth it because buying one BR top can be $80 + tax, whereas yesstyle tops are $20-30, and you save yourself time (ladies, never forget that your time=money... it's valuable!)
I personally like their chiffon blouses, because they're:
It's really important to me to look and feel professional, and chiffon gives such an elegant and flowy appearance. And as I said last time, I want to look and feel feminine.
Here's what I wore today ~ another typical work outfit:
This blouse is no longer available, but I think it was $32? I got it in cream as well. Tucks really easily into a skirt. The skirt I'm wearing is from Forever 21, cost like $10 or $15, size xs, has a zipper in the back, and is big on me but I use a belt (not pictured) to lift it up.
Here are some other chiffon blouses yesstyle currently has in stock, and they are all under $32.
(might be too flashy for some work places. I could wear this to my office ^_^ )
For comparison, here is a Banana Republic top. How do you ladies think it compares to the blouses above?
I'm really lazy when it comes to preparing dinner, so anything that can be eaten raw, microwaved, or boiled (helloooo maruchan and kimchee bowl!!!) is right up my alley. But, I do want to be a bit healthy. Here's a broccoli salad that is really simple. The broccoli is from Trader Joe's, and comes already diced up and ready to go.
mix mix mix! then eat.