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“Push It Real Good” outfit


Mirrors ’80s plaid top with sheer sleeves and tie waist, Serendipity Boutique, $6

Gloria Vanderbilt black shorts, Serendipity Boutique, $4

DKNY black and white suede platforms, Idaho Youth Ranch, $20

2 different dangling earrings, Idaho Youth Ranch & Eyes of the World, for asymmetry

After 7 years of working alone, I decided go on the rent-a-coworker installment plan. Meaning, I decided to rent a desk at a downtown PR agency, where there’s both hub and bub.

I wore this outfit for my “first” day of “work.” It would probably be inappropriate in any other business context than an ad agency or ’80s rap band, and that’s one of the reasons why I love my chosen profession, copywriting, and moonlighting as Pepa in a tribute hair/short-shorts band (this last part is a bald-faced lie).
Ir3gIVinyl of the Day: “Sweet Baby James” by James Taylor (I’m doing my best enigmatic Sweet Baby James face.)

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