Friday, May 23, 2008

Working Girl Wardrobe: Summer Fridays

It's finally Memorial Day Weekend! WG2 left last night for the Jersey Shore and I leave tomorrow morning. And no, it is not like True Life: I'm a Jersey Shore Girl, at least not all the time.

Summer Fridays were announced yesterday which means I get four Friday's off between Memorial Day and Labor Day. This morning I found out we get to leave at three o'clock today. While I was hoping for one o'clock, I'll take three, it's better than five. Much better than five.

The summer season is much more casual in the office. I can hang up my go-to black pants until fall and pull out my summer skirts and dresses. Here in New York it's not quite warm enough to leave the apartment without a light jacket, but we're getting there. Here is my perfect (early) summer Friday outfit.


12 comments:

Bayjb said...

Super cute outfit, love it. I would wear that.

Hazel said...

i want that shirt! where is it from?

meg said...
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Working Girl One said...

the shirt is by t-bags and you can find it on net-a-porter.com (i think it's sold out there but shopbop.com also carried t-bags).

Lauren said...

Adorable outfit!

Pam said...

Love the outfit. It makes me want to go shopping... I think I work for the only company in the world that doesn't believe in summer Fridays...we have to work every single one, 9-5. The only three days off we get are Memorial Day, 4th of July and Labor Day. (sigh)

But Happy Memorial Day weekend everyone!

pie said...

me likey. I miss nyc. It's already 87 down here. barf.

Shen said...

Leaving at 3 is much better than 5. =) I love the outfit. It's gorgeous!

Shannon said...

super cute - i'm excited that starting this summer i get to work m-f and get off at two! yay me! :)

Julie said...

Adorable outfit! I wish I could wear that to work :o(

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