Today is the day to vote in the provincial elections in the beautiful province of British Columbia. If you’re eligible to vote, DO IT! And then make sure you post an I Voted selfie, because what else is that sticker good for?
Check here if you’re unsure where to vote and check here if you’re not sure which party to vote for. Your choice matters, you have a say in how your taxes are spent. So, go vote. Get a coffee, put some rum in your slurpie, and go stand in line to vote. Do what you’ve got to do, but please vote. The polls are open until 8pm this evening and your employer legally has to give you time to vote, and be sure to bring the appropriate ID.
MOVING ALONG. I wore an orangey-brown dress that I love and hate today. I love the pattern and it’s retro vibe, but I hate the length and the way the bottom falls so blandly. Normally I’d put something like this on and take a good look and change, but I was short on time because I had to ice cupcakes for my coworker this morning, and I’m generally a disaster most mornings anyway. I had actually intended to wear a full yellow midi skirt and a polka dot blouse but they needed ironing and I absolutely did not have time for that. Instead I threw this on and bopped out the door before I could have second thoughts.
I bought this at TopShop a couple of years ago and I’ve worn in three times now, but this might be the last time. It’s a wrap dress, and it’s cut quite low and requires a camisole or slip to keep it office appropriate.
I’m wearing the rose gold flats again, but I think this ensemble would look better with a tanned, chunky sandal with a heel.
I’m going to iron my yellow skirt tonight after I get home from voting so tomorrow’s outfit should be better than a C+. All around this outfit could be improved and I’m just not loving it.