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As this is an sexier post than usual, I was happy to push my self to transition the very look that is usually so mundane for court. At early morning docket calls or 3pm consultations with conservative clients, a navy pant suit is my attempt to give off responsible and experienced. I am usually waiting for the second that I can run home and put on gold sequins and clip ons. So this week I wanted to merge every woman’s desire which is to feel sexy in her normal comfort zone. Therefore, this is my ode to my Navy suit comfort zone. The blazer has a longer length through the waist so this one was a good choice to give me some length and ensure that my mid section was covered and the only skin I could scare my mother with was my chest.
In 2014, the image of sexy is outrageous and seemingly impossible. Every moment there is an image that can remind you that sexiness is reserved for only Kim, Bey, and Stacey Dash. So with that the only option I am left with for my own peace of mind is to reach what I deem sexy in the confines of who I really am.
Another reason this shoot made since because Mercy the photographer/ medical school student/ traveler/ all things amazing made me feel so comfortable. I was honored to spend the day learning from her. She probably doesn’t think she teaches me but in a quick afternoon of asking her if I looked tall or if there was lip stick on my teeth , she really inspired me to think . Thank you Mercy .
Navy Blazer: Zara
Pants: Thrifted (likely River Oaks GW)
Shoes: Paulina Christian Lob