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If more women would dress like this I think there may be peace on earth. Posted by M at 1: I think I only need to find a picture of "Baby Spice" and I will have them all here.
Posted by M at Not a great shot, but Lindsay Lohan is doing a wonderful job of displaying her mamaries for everyone to see. Hopefully the next time the camera man will discover the zoom lens! From the lines on her face, it seems like I peeking at my grandmothers nipples!
Oh well, they look good. Thursday, October 19, Rachel Bilson and see-through top. We need to see more of this out there ladies! Posted by M at 9: Tuesday, October 10, Liz Hurley Nipples. It is not the best picture of her, but it certainly is a great "sheer shot"! She should have dumped Nick a long time ago I think. Posted by M at 7: Tuesday, August 01, Michelle Ryan - Sheer!
A bonus, nipples, breasts and bellybutton! Posted by M at 3: It has been awhile but it is nice to see that Maddona has not lost all of her "exhibitionism". Monday, June 26, Keira Knightley. This hot little Brit will be on the big screen again soon in the latest "Pirates" movie with Johhny Depp. I suppose she will not be wearing this blouse in the movie I am not a huge fan or her music but I do like the way she dresses!
Friday, June 23, More Victoria Beckham. Thursday, June 22, Julliette Lewis shows them off She may not be the prettiest but apparently she can sing Anyway, I was searching for an answer to the question about appropriateness of sheer blouses because I just got one that is beautiful and was having a hard time deciding on a cami colour or whether I could wear it in an office at all.
While shopping, the sales people were horrendous! They were all trying to dress me as if I were going to the club! I have also witnessed my peers wearing UGGs to job interviews, wearing black tights to give presentations, and doing the coloured bra under sheer look some of whom have found jobs! I feel like an old prude, but will stick with my camis and blazers — I hope someone will eventually hire me!
And yeah, I live in Europe, and here it is quite usual to wear short skirts and colored bras and still getting a job: Not a sheer shirt, but… once I had a coworker that wore a dress that was pretty much backless. As in, you could see her entire back — I think it stayed up because there was a little tie on top at the base of her neck. As a result, a literal parade of all of the human resources staff in our office, as well as many managers came by to check it out.
An email went around human resources that said that they HAD to take care of the situation before another coworker, prone to making loud, inappropriate jokes, came in. Ultimately, I think the lady ended up going home to change or maybe someone gave her a shawl. Fashion stories on work wear crack me up. I have quite a few sheer or semi-sheer blouses but always wear visible coordinating camis underneath them so only the arms are sheer and then pair them with more conservative bottoms.
We get some doozy outfits. Today there is a high of 38 degrees a woman is wearing a sheer sleeveless top with a tubetop cami underneath. Which then started a conversation on who Terrell was. That is actually a tame outfit.
I count two blogs. Times are tough all around! No, I do NOT want to show my breasts to the manageing partner. Sorry ahead of time, but thread jack: I wanted to know if anyone here has had a mentor in their field, and if so, how they found the person, how the relationship formed, etc. I am an attorney pretty early in my career and I would love to find someone whom I respect that might be able to help me grow both skill and career wise.
I have many people that I like and have formed relationships with, but I am wondering how you can take it to the next level. I have a few… I read a lot of the professional magazines and such for my field.
When an article strikes me, I email the author. I also try to attend conferences out of town and make sure to send an email to anyone interesting after the event, using their business card. I use that to build a relationship slowly and it sort of just happens that they become a place I can go to for advice. I also find that someone further away can be better so I can speak more freely without the person knowing the others involved and such. I met mine when I was working as an intern, and she was one of the directors of the department I reported to her fellow director, not her.
She started off by giving me little projects here and there, liked my work, and started giving me more responsibility and having me assist her with larger projects. Since we were working a lot together, we developed a friendship and she would often say how much herself she saw in me. She later helped me get hired full-time by the department, and I now credit her with starting my career. Once I was a full-time employee, my new boss actually suggested that I formally ask her to be my mentor, even though she was already unofficially acting in that capacity.
This reminds me — I need to call her! Are there any mentoring programs through a local bar association or industry group? I actually was involved in a mentoring program as part of a bar association membership, but it sort of fell apart i. I am in New York, so if any one has any recommendations, I would be incredibly appreciative. Sorry this is a day late, but the National Association of Women Lawyers has a mentoring program.
I copied and pasted from the website:. In , NAWL established a nationwide Mentoring Program intended to empower women lawyers and help promote their social, political and professional advancement. The Mentoring Program matches attorneys who have been practicing for more than ten years in a variety of legal fields with attorneys who have practiced for less than five years.
Mentors play a central role in the advancement of women in the legal community by providing encouragement, motivation and support to their mentees. In college undergrad , I dressed like a college kid; jeans, hoodies, sneakers. No clue how to find clothes that I can both afford while living on unemployment and that look professional without being too uncomfortable.
Same body type, also look young, and been there for the budget. Transitioning from school to career without any money is hard. Clearance racks at Nordstroms, Ann Taylor, and Loft were my go-to. They have great clearance. I focused on obtaining a handful of professional outfits that were at least somewhat mix-and-matchable.
It got me through the interview process and the first couple of months of work until I could afford to expand.
I have a similar body type and I wear a lot of dresses. Also, regarding the looking young thing, make a conscious effort to look consistently polished and put together. I look young and actually am young for my job and my field but I counter it by a always wearing makeup and b always styling my hair. Those two things are non-negeotiables for me.
You can also get basic plain sweaters there pretty cheaply that you could pair with some dress pants. Not exciting, but work-appropriate. Sizing is sometimes off, and its final sale, so I would only buy if there is a store nearby you to try everything on.
Excellent business casual and business formal outfits though. They have really good discounts for teachers and public service professionals, plus tons of sales. While their stuff is often acryllic, its conservative enough for professional wear… and you can get special sizes petite, tall from their website.
I am in a similar boat unemployed, trying to build a career, student loans. Their shirts and suiting fits my shoulders, and I would rather get one good article that I can mix and match.
This helps me feel that I am not cheap. My trick is that I set up a separate email account where I can sign up to corporate emails. Finally, I prolong the life of my clothes saves money from less replacing. Examples are that I only use Woolite and follow laundering instructions on tags i. I was confused when reading this — joke? This is the third short skirt this week. I had a frank chat with with her about her skirt lengths and how to sit, bend etc. Including showing her where the slit on the back of her skirt sat when she was bending over my desk earlier.
This was an interesting post, very well stated. Work is about WORK, and unnecessary distractions are unwelcome. The issues are, in fact, correlated. Point 1 cracked me up, because today, in preparation for a hearing in the state capital, I put on full winter-weather bus-commuter gear jeans, longjohns, wool socks, snow boots, fleece jacket, waterproof jacket, scarf, hat, ski gloves, etc.
If I can fit a wool suit, pumps, a top, make-up, jewelry and hair accessories into a doc box with a lap top AND a set of hearing documents, surely this woman can tuck a top into her tote.
Of course, the hearing was cancelled, but only after I was halfway downtown, and I had to schlep my doc box, Dr. Zhivago-like, for a mile over the half-frozen snow ruts and slush puddles before I finally found a bus that was headed back to my neighborhood. Zhivago music has been playing in my head for the last 30 minutes since I read this…just had to comment. You painted the funniest picture in my head. I hated snowy commutes.
I used to work at Harborview and it is literally uphill both ways. No kidding about walking a mile or more to find a bus moving in the right direction. Head home for Chardonnay and hexes. For the record, no. No I would not wear a sheer top anywhere. And I carry those bag things Kat mentioned and let me tell you, they can hold all sorts of things, so if I do need to do something after work that requires a change of clothes, I can pull it off without looking too crazy.
To curb the question before it arises, no the bag is not see-through. When I stopped working in the mall after college, I stopped carrying see-through bags. At work or at play. In this current market would having the MBA be a good way to distinguish myself? Assuming you can keep your grades up in your law classes, is there any real benefit to doing this? I understand cap structures and all the bs that goes on at banks because I was once a banker.
I value my MBA and am glad I got it. But if working on headline deals matters to you, go to a school that will get you into the door at say, Wachtell. But you can have the training and skillset to understand where the other players around the table are coming from. That is to say, you will always be a little bit of an outsider in class, especially when doing group projects v. You'll also find athletic-inspired bodysuits that are cut super high at the hips, showing some skin around your waist in a sexy new way.
You might also want to create a lingerie-inspired look just like Kim K. Try out a basic black corset with silver snaps down the front paired with your favorite jeans, or tie a satin corset on over an oversized T-shirt and slip on your hottest thigh-high boots for a look that's totally Goals.
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