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30 October 2018


Zara Top
DKNY Trousers (similar Mango Trousers)
Rayban Sunnies
Louis Vuitton Bag 
Jimmy Choo Heels (similar here)

As a Legal Articling Student, I may be a tad bit limited in the 
type of attire I can wear to work. It's mostly purely business which 
involves sleek blouses, dress shirts, skirts, trousers, professional suits, 
etc. If I know I will be in court on a particular day, I stick to the
pure business theme.  

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My color palette is also limited for days at the court: you can't walk 
in front of a judge in a bright yellow suit and expect them to take you
 seriously. While a lay person may not necessarily be held at the same 
standard in terms of  clothing, articling students are subject to 
the rules of an appropriate courtroom attire.

Thus, every opportunity I get to experiment with the different 

pieces in my wardrobe, I happily cash in on it. This outfit 
was certainly one of them. I absolutely adore the sheerness of 
the top with scattered polka dots adornment. I paired it with a 
bandeau and high waisted wide leg trousers to balance its 
ransparency. I threw on neutral colored Jimmy Choo heels and 
Louis Vuitton Alma Band I was ready to be out the door. 

Hope you enjoyed reading this post. See you again very soon.



Photos: Manjot Grewal

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