I took the old trench coat out for another spin…
This is what I call a ‘work outfit’. As you can see, it’s not that different from anything I would wear off duty. However, these photos were taken when I was actually on my way to work.
Yes, for a while, I actually had to go to work a couple of days a week, on and off. Which means that I had to get dressed, put on some make up, and face other people. I have mixed feelings about it.
To be honest, I’d rather just work from home all the time. It would be so much simpler in many ways. For starters, I hate the commute: wearing the mask on the train and on the bus, and all the people who – for whatever reason – refuse to wear the mask in crowded places. And I hate the stupid visor I have to wear at work; it makes me feel like I’m wearing a space helmet. And my hair is too big for it.
I would also like to have all of my students either on Zoom or in the classroom, not split between the two. I hate multi-tasking and would prefer to focus my attention on one thing at a time.
But that’s life these days: everything is complicated, and we’re being pulled in all directions. I think we’re all starting to feel the strain a bit. I know I am.
Outfit details (all old):
coat: Zara / top: Tommy Hilfiger / trousers: PBO /
scarf: Alexander McQueen / bag: Longchamp / shoes: Ecco / sunglasses: Prada
Is your on duty wardrobe different from your off duty wardrobe?
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