Two blogger style a spring office look
Since winter solstice, the Sun is slowly making its way North. Match 21 marks the official date of spring begin, and the Sun will pass the Equator. There the day and night time will be off same length, for which it’s called equinox. However, due to the angle of the Sun and the Earth’s curvature and its angle to the planetary disc of our Sun system, in the Sun is longer up in the sky, but at a lower elevation the farther North you get. This means there is now more daylight in the North than the South, and that due to the higher zenith angle of the Sun and shorter path of the light thru the atmosphere, it is already warmer in the former than the later.
What the heck has that to do with lifestyle, fashion and work outfits? My lifestyle blogging friend Nina of Sharing a Journey and I partnered up to show you a spring work outfit example styled for the South – she lives in Florida – and the North – I live in Alaska.
Climatology of Florida March weather
Climatology of Fairbanks March weather
“Springtime in Alaska is 40 below.” The older baby boomers may still remember this song. Indeed there is something to it. On March 14, 2007 around midnight, -37F (-38.3oC) were observed at Fairbanks International Airport. Brrrr! I still remember that springbreak. The highest daily mean temperature observed on March 21 was 29F (1oC).
Spring work outfit – North
While I once wrote a post about how to avoid discomfort when aurora watching in March, here I will feature a spring work outfit.
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Office gear also includes outerwear
Spring work gear also includes outerwear as in the morning and evening temperatures are still below freezing and hence your car is cold inside when ist stood outside the whole night or in the parking lot at day.
Pristine outerwear is especially important for those who may visit clients. Even if you don’t work outside the building, it’s important how you look when you enter the office building. Colleagues and even the higher-ups may see you in the elevator, on the stairs, the aisle when you walk over to your desk. When there is no closet, but a hook at your cubicle everyone sees what you wore on the commute. Therefore your coat shouldn’t be the same that you wear to put your trash into the dumpsters at the transfer site or what you wear for play and fun on the weekend.North to the future. - #Alaska State Motto Click To Tweet
Spring work outfit – South
Now let’s go South and take a look at Nina’s Southern spring work outfit.
P.S. Like these outfit inspirations? Please feel free to pin them to your own Pinterest board.
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