Tuesday: Dressing in the Dark

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Jacket: The Limited (similar) | Shirt: INC c/o Gwynnie Bee | Belt: HOBO Bags (similar) | Pants: Vince Camuto (similar) | Boots: DUO (similar)

The alarm went off at 4:15 this morning and I was in the office before 6am. Things are busy, and I find it far easier to concentrate in an empty office than at home. Karl is so amazing, he woke up soon after me and made me steel cut oats and coffee for breakfast so he was able to capture a few pictures of what I wear on an early day (totally not planned, ack!). These pants aren't the best – they stretch out darn quickly but they're uber comfortable and make for dressing in the dark quite simple. Since I have meetings today, I went with a blazer instead of my typical early morning cardigan.

This top is a soft peplum, with 3/4 sleeves, a flattering neckline, and made from a silky stretchy jersey.  Gwynnie Bee has really been upping their game with their new arrivals – such fun prints and silhouettes and I love tops like these that can be worn on the weekend with jeans, to the office with a blazer, or even dressed up for Date Night with a pencil skirt and heels.  If you haven't yet tried Gwynnie Bee, mention Wardrobe Oxygen at sign up and you will get a 30 day free trial!

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