>Upgraded T-Shirt & Jeans


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For the last three or four years, my daily style involved sheath dresses, pencil skirts, silk blouses and blazers. And lots and lots of stilettos. Now I’m transitioning into a much more casual way of dressing and trying to find a balance between style, practicality, and business-owner-who-runs-around-like-a-chicken-with-her-head-cut-off chicness. {If you’re new around here, I left my corporate career in marketing and PR to join in the ownership of my husband’s parents’ florist business at the end of 2010}
My personal style leans toward the dressy, polished end of the spectrum, so figuring out this new dress code has been a challenge. I want to wear pretty floral skirts and cashmere cardis with dainty ballet flats every day, but I climb a lot of ladders and slip and slide on water droplets and fallen flower petals, so I have to compromise. 
I’m really not much of a t-shirt-and-jeans girl, but it’s becoming my daily uniform. I try to find tees with interesting details — like this one from one of my favorite local boutiques, m.marie — so I still feel “dressed up.” If it has lace, studs, sparkles, or appliques, I’m in. But not all at once, mmmkay?
Wearing: Tee, cami, jeggings, and bag all available at m.marie, Jessica Simpson platform pumps (Macy’s sale last season) 

Author: Keira Lennox

I'm a small town lady from the sunshine state with an affinity for bookstores, beauty counters and unfussy style. I spend my days running my flower shop, and my nights blogging about what I love and what I wear. (Or watching Netflix and drinking wine.)

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