I got so many cheers for my previous mustard-burgundy outfit, thank you! I liked it a lot too, so why not just change the details and let the winning concept remain (read the color combination)? When I wrote this, it stroke me that it is actually what I have been doing the whole day today working on grant applications (Yes, it is plural, five applications should be submitted between Jan 28th and Feb 11th). I have made small changes to a previous winning concept, but still make it distinctively different from my previous research. However, I am very happy that grant writing and dressing are significantly different from each other in one aspect, it takes much less time to get dressed than to write grant application. Keep your fingers crossed that my grant applications will be approved and funded, won’t you?
However, after working since eight this morning I think I deserved a break and what did I decide to do, spend even more time in front of the computer! Please, tell me that I am not the only one that do that! But now back to work, read logout from WordPress and open up Words.
By the way, if you look closely at there is small white stains in the picture above, it is very fine snow. If you, like me are tired of the winter and want spring why don’t you head over to Patti at Not Dead Yet Style? She lives in Florida, so it is pretty likely that she will wear something more springlike than I do. And, if she don’t, I am sure that her warm smile and the generosity in the blog community “Visible Monday” she has created will make you warm.
Cardigan – Mango; Camisole – Sunshine, MQ; Skirt – Jan Rasco; Scarf and tights – I don’t remember; Boots – ParkWest