Workday Reading

The Eight: October 24, 2016



1) The art of making and not making plans. (The New York Times)

2) Test drive a fall trend with these $27 pointy-toe smoking flats before committing to a pricier pair.

3) Should you break your day up into 100 10 minute blocks? (Wait But Why)

4) Add a festive brooch to this sapphire velvet dress from Felicity & Coco for a chic holiday look.

5) How to bounce back from a job rejection. (The Everygirl)

6) I spotted this side-split tweed skirt from Halogen at the store. Much prettier in person.

7) Good Girls Revolt: The legacy of the Newsweek lawsuit. (Newsweek)

8) Lace-up henleys are big right now.  I love this H&M top, and this animal print lace up blouse.

*image found here.



  1. Meghan says:

    I have the side-split tweed skirt from Nordstrom. Confirmed that it is much cuter in person than online. I prefer wearing it with black tights because I found my (glaringly) pale legs to be too much of a contrast. Note that it runs very true to size / a bit on the snug side – there is absolutely no stretch in the tweed. Worth it, though.

    October 24, 2016/Reply
    • Katie says:

      Love the skirt but have short legs and afraid it’d be too long. What do you think?

      October 25, 2016/Reply