Sally over at Already Pretty posted a brief post on the idea of fashion uniforms - not scrubs, but rather, "tunic with leggings and boots" or "dress and a cardigan and cute shoes". I gave it some thought myself. I tend to dress in the style of particular women (fictional and otherwise).
Joan Holloway Harris at the Office: Pencil skirt, fitted sweater or blouse, pumps and stockings. I know this flatters my figure, but I can't wear heels every day, and sometimes the narrow skirt feels like a hobble. I like to take long strides.
Heather: And not from the movie. My awesome colleague Heather, who wears big interesting accessories, floaty and drapy tunics, leggings or narrow pants, and cool boots. I don't do her justice. Whenever I put on a belt I'm thinking of you, babe.
Heidi: My OTHER fabulous colleague has a fantastic eye for texture and layering. She specifically inspired the Deadwood look. We own a lot of the same pieces from Talbots and Boden and J. Jill, but she puts those same items together in really interesting ways. I always try to remember color, texture, pattern and shine, or What Would Heidi Do? I miss being inspired by her every day.
Who do you emulate?