Now that the Undergrad Sparkles have completely worn off, I've developed a strategy for a lot of work-related things. But I don't like to blog about work, in part because I find that makes for depressing and boring blog posts, but also because I don't really want to get dooced.
(Oh, blogosphere, inventing colloquialisms of your own! So cute!)
But, I can blog about what I wear to work! How exciting for you all!!
I'm fond of wearing dresses to my office. I have fooled most people into believing that I've "dressed up" for the occasion, but really, I opt to wear a dress because seriously, life doesn't get any easier. One piece. One. Add shoes. Done.
My love for one-piece outfits (rompers, anyone?) is because truly, at the core of my being, I am laaaazy. I love clothing, I love shopping, I love looking pulled together (okay, reasonably decent...okay, let's be honest here: looking like I didn't sleep in what I'm wearing), I love experimenting with outfit combinations.
I do not love doing those things, or putting forth the effort to do those things, in the hideous early light of morning. I hate decision making before I've had coffee. I don't make coffee at home. You can see my boggle.
(If you're wondering, I'm totally behind school uniforms. For many reasons. Including preventing kidsthesedays from exposing their NC-17 rated underwears to people who don't need that kind of encouragement)
I like one-piece outfits because they are easy. They are as close to going to work nekkid as I'm going to get. They are also reasonably comfortable. It's a miracle that I haven't adopted a tunic as my daily ensemble.
You know, to tell you the truth, I'm anxiously waiting for the future to get here because I am looking forward to wearing a star fleet uniform.
One piece! Snazzy colours! Comfortable, effortless chic! Complimentary fit! Maybe, if I'm lucky, they'll be made out of an ultra-breathable natural fibre!
What more could anyone ask for?