Everyone loves a sale. Including me. If you have been lusting for something in the Being Geek Chic, then click this picture:
Every item in the store is eligible, so here’s some pricing:
Totes are $13. Dude and Lady shirts are $17. iPhone cases are $30. Stationary is $7 for 3 cards. And there’s lots, lots lots more.
Every item in my store eligible.
Promotion expires Sunday, November 11, 2012 at Midnight Pacific Time.
This outfit post is brought to you by the letter P.
Zac Posen for Target Cardigan (old)
Striped tee from Express (old)
Black pencil skirt from Theory (old, but similar here, but also watch at TJ Maxx, that’s where I got mine)
Steve Madden Leopard Wedges (old, similar here)
Tory Burch Dean Metallic hobo bag (old)
Sometimes I just get sick of looking at the contents of my own closet. Luckily, the blogosphere is always full of new inspiration and ideas for how to jazz up my look. It’s a good thing too, because I bought a vintage, bedazzled cummerbund last week because belting my outfits was boring me. See? That’s insane. But I’m hopeful that the cummerbund will bring some sartorial satisfaction to my life. We’ll see. In the meantime, check out these inspirational outfits.
See what I mean? Yes, I know it’s technically the time of year when the white jeans are supposed to go back in the closet, but I’m all for breaking the rules.
Another rule I’d like to break? Leather isn’t appropriate for the office. Ahem, NO. It’s tough. It’s sexy. It’s like a blazer. It’s un-boring. Add an asteroids shirt and suddenly you are the coolest person in cube-landia. Get all the details on this outfit over at Emily’s blog.
Yes, it’s true Tania is no longer bringing us her fashionable choices on a regular basis. The good news is that the archives are all still in tact, so you can find inspiration outfits like this denim/mustard combo. This particular outfit is one that I would wear in fall a million times. Add a giant necklace and you’ll feel like the chicest broad in town.
All the details on where these lovely items come from are available on WWANW.
Tel me: where do you turn for closet counseling?
Thanks to those that let me know that they like this format! I’ll try to keep remembering to take pictures of my outfits for this Wednesday segment. Of course, this would be a casual Friday outfit for work.
Here’s what I’m wearing:
Black cardigan: Thrifted
Feather belt: Minneapolis-based retailer Len Druskin - $18
Jeans: Seven for all Mankind Bootcut Extra Dark Wash (no longer available)
Bag: Marc by Marc Jacobs Totally Turnlock Crossbody (no longer available)
Watch: Michael Kors pyramid stud stainless watch
Shoes: Boutique 9 studded kitten heels (no longer available)
Every week, I try to write a “Geeky at Work” that brings together the best of fashion and practicality for work. I recently stocked up on a couple new tees that I plan to rock with my various work wardrobe options and thought I’d share some of the best with you.
I’ve had The Hunger Games on my mind. With the film coming out in March, I’m starting to feel an intense anticipation, which inevitably consumes me every time a new favorite book - turned movie is released. That’s why Rachael Thomas’s Hunger Games District tees are so perfect.
With one logo for each district and an option for both men’s and women’s fitted tees, these are the perfect shirt. Conceptually, they’re simple, so you’re not overtly showing your HG pride, but you have a tad of individuality too thanks to the 13 unique districts that you can choose from.
Jerod Gibson’s cameo designs have a similarly perfect simplicity to them. Darth Vader, Ron Burgundy and Office Space are designed for maximum impact. The other great thing about these designs? The type treatment. If you’re a word nerd, you’ll love exploring the awesome mapping of key words and phrases.
If you love these designs, but aren’t sure about getting them in a tee, they’re also available as iPhone covers. Trust us, they’re equally awesome.
For the book lovers out there, check out Out of Print Clothing. Their collection of classics turned into tees have a nice vintage edge. They’ve also got a few long sleeve options. The mission behind Out of Print is also pretty incredible. They’ve worked with artists to try and source out of print or rare book covers for the art and for everything sold, one book is donated through Books For Africa.
The New Year brings a new magazine for chic geeks of all kinds: Geek Chic Magazine. Here’s the details:
“Geek Chic Magazine is a quarterly magazine and website celebrating technology, literature and art to a poorly socialized audience. We celebrate individualism, poke fun of ourselves and encourage others to do the same. Geek Chic Magazine is about real people, the things they enjoy, and an exploration of that.”
Here’s a sampling of their posts so far:
What do you think? Are you hopeful?