Before I got a real job, I basically lived in yoga pants. Hey, it was super sporty Boulder Colorado and at all not uncommon. As my friend defended it once: you never know when someone will invite you on a run or you will decide to hit up the climbing gym- gotta be prepared!
By now I finally have a reasonable wardrobe that is appropriately grown up while still being fun/creative and classy enough that (I hope) will last. But in my industry, I have to be careful not get too far out on the fashion limb. Hoodies, jeans, and t-shirts are by far the norm and I don't want to stray too far from the group. I was told once that if someone dresses up too much, they are probably trying to be a manager. And then there was that job offer I didn't get because I wore a dress to the final interview and they said they "didn't think I really wanted to be a programmer."
So, as excited as I was finding a cute jumper (the first 3 I tried on made me look like a Dr Seuss character) and jump on the jumper bandwagon (wink wink), I waited until the weekend to pull this one out.
It's from Anthropologie and I love it. Not only is it the most comfortable thing ever, it's actually quite forgiving. Plus it makes me feel like I'm on safari. So that's amazing.
Linking up with The Pleated Poppy.