I hope you all had a fantastic, safe, restful Labor Day weekend. For those of you who don't have Labor Day, I hope you had a great normal weekend! :)
Which reminds me, Jamie-Lee asked me about Labor Day and not wearing white (she lives in New Zealand). In the US, Labor Day usually signifies the end of summer and beginning of fall. Years (and years and years and years) ago, apparently some person decided that white shoes weren't appropriate in the fall because they looked too summery. Ever since, etiquette has deemed white shoes unwearable after Labor Day. Following that was white skirts, pants, etc. Winter white is "okay" but I guess white needs to be on hold during the fall. Or something.
I don't know who that person was, but they had some serious fashion power. I like to rebel, though. :)
At the last minute, my husband and I decided to go see his sister's band play at a martini bar tonight. I figured even though I just posted this dress on Friday, we did mention that it could also be worn to work so I'm wearing it to work. A blazer can work like a cardigan; it makes almost anything work appropriate!
The dress is rather low-cut so I added a cami for work, which I'll take off before we head out tonight. I'm wearing my leopard flats to work but will probably change into my silver stilettos later.