Introducing: The Python

Office Appropriate Outfits - Winter

For awhile I’ve been batting around the idea of starting my own “what I wore” fashion blog in the vein of J’s Everyday Fashion or Bows and Sequins.

I’ve been looking around and I don’t see many fashion bloggers set in Chicago who also work in more traditional offices.  J is in Orlando and she hates dress pants.  Uh, well, I live and work in Chicago so I pretty much wear pants a good portion of the year.  Jessica at Bows and Sequins lives in Chicago but apparently works in a slightly more laid-back industry because her outfits are definitely more casual.

A lot of other fashion blogger are also either A. too casual or B. live in a climate that allows them to dress a little differently than we do in Chicago.  So, I’m hoping to fill a gap in the market.  Not that I’m a fashion guru.  Just, you know, a 30-something woman who works in an office and tries to look nice day-to-day.

Anyway, on to what I put on this morning.

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Dress – H&M

Camisole – The Limited

Necklace – The Limited

Watch –Fossil

Hose – Walgreens (yes, seriously)

Booties – Liz Claiborne/DSW

So, without further adieu, welcome to Loop Looks!

5 replies on “Introducing: The Python

  1. Jennifer

    Enjoying your blog! I’ve thought about starting up my own style diary online, but for now, my daily outfits are featured on Facebook only. We have similar style preferences, and I am drooling over your grey patent pumps. And Chicago is my favorite American city! 🙂

  2. Jess Zimlich

    Just stopping by to say hi. I’ve been checking out everyone’s first post from Cedar & Rush today – so fun to look back on! Lindsay created my site, too! She’s the best 🙂 Hope you’re staying warm!

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