When you follow me on Pinterest you know that I have “lookbook” boards for each month of the year. I have no clue why it never occurred to me to show you a monthly look book on the blog. Thus, this post is all about outfits I wore this month, but hadn’t posted about. Time was the limiting factor. I know my former adviser always used to say
Of course, we students hated that cool saying back in graduate school.
Even Though up here in the Subarctic days have really 24 hours of day light, which is very energizing, I need my 8 hours or so of beauty sleep. 😉
- February Work Outfit Ideas for a Science Outreach Event
- Over-the-Knee boots Are Offic Appropriate in a Casual Work Environment
- Styling a Scuba Summer Sheath for the Office in Winter
- British Classic Work Style
- Color Blocking
- Styling Work Outerwear
- Top of the World Style Linkup No. 195
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February Work Outfit Ideas for a Science Outreach Event
In January, the Science for Alaska Series started. Scientists of the university give talks about their research. Typically, the speaker is introduced by the institute director. Since he was out of town, I had to jump in to introduce my colleague at the venue. I went for a business casual femimine look with a sheath and cardigan. The audience typically dresses outdoorsy or very old worn out clothes when a talk is about climate and has a provocative title like “Some like it hot.” The follwoing photos are from the venue that took place at Ravens Landing a senior living center in Fairbanks. You can find further speaker dressing inspirations in my posts on my Fairbanks air quality Rotary lunch speech and professional looks for a science conference.
Over-the-Knee boots Are Offic Appropriate in a Casual Work Environment
I love the combination of brown with pink/fuchsia. I combined my over-the-knee boots with my leather skirt for the office. More on how to wear over-the-knee boots in the guide at the link.
Styling a Scuba Summer Sheath for the Office in Winter
In March, I start adding pieces from the warm season to my outfits as a winter to spring transition. This year, I was a little bit earlier as a Chinook brought some pleasant warm air. Ok, ok, what an Alaskan woman thinks is warm. Temperatures were still below freezing. But compared to 40 below they are warm and not worth wearing a bikini look.
Thus, I wore my scuba sheath dress with a shirt underneath. The material of scuba clothing is actually in spired by the clothes used for surfing. The cut of the dress premits wearing it for work despite the fabric was made for play. See my February Lookbook on what to wear in Alaska on weekends.
British Classic Work Style
This outfit is what I call my British Classic. The recipe is take a pair of pants, a heavy wool glen check blazer (best with corduroy details), cardigan and romantic blouse or collar and, of course, chelsea booties.
Color blocking is always a great idea. Here I went with orange and burgundy. You can find another color blocking inspiration at the link.
Styling Work Outerwear
When you are a regular reader, you know that I am a big fan of styling outerwear. It’s an outfit too. Thus, why not styling it? It keeps me out of winter wardrobe boredom. As you see, I finally found a pair of white booties.
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Top of the World Style Linkup No. 195
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