There was another female advisor at this conference that looked like a two-dollar hooker. She was wearing, I kid you not, a backless mini dress with bell sleeves, huge hair and tons of makeup. Want attention much? I felt sad for her, there is a time to be professional (it can be achieved in skirts and dresses) and a time to look like you are going to the club. Then there were a few female advisors that look like they had given up on life with disheveled clothing, sloppy hair and a look like someone just ran over their dog. Where is the confidence? We are female, here us roar! I was approached by the head speaker at the conference to meet me personally - I'm pretty sure it's because I looked confident and was dressed like I meant business.
I apologize for these photos, they are a bit shadowy and weird. I blame the camera person. Wait, that's me. Umm...I blame Charlie Sheen.
|Jacket: Polo thrifted from Savers, Pants: New York & Company, Belt: Vintage via Le Dominique, Chanel Scarf: Second Chance Consignment, Shoes: Elder Beerman, Handbag: Ooh La la, Belt used as Headband: Vintage via Le Dominique|