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Work to Weekend with Marc New York

Have you ever read a personal style blog and wondered what that person actually did for a living? A lot of times, the outfit photos and product round-ups make it seem like all we are doing is changing clothes and shopping. There’s an entire different side of my life, that you guys never get to see or hear about! 

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Read about how I actually spend all of my weekdays in today’s full post with Marc New York.

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Marc New York Aura dress c/o

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Zodiac necklace and gold wrap bracelet c/o Beaucoup Designs

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Kendra Scott Morgan earrings c/o

 photos by Kaela Rodehorst Photography

Are you wondering why the heck there is a tiger in my photos? I’ll explain.

In a lot of ways, blogging is one of my “jobs,” but it’s definitely not the only one. On weekdays during work hours, I’m the creative director in the LSU Athletics Publications Department – I’m right across the street from the habitat of our live mascot, Mike the Tiger, y’all! I oversee the branding across all the collegiate sports at LSU by assisting in the photoshoots, designing collateral materials and managing the design office. Working in a creative environment has always kept me on my toes and is partially why this blog came to life.

It also gives me the best reason to get dressed in my favorite clothes each morning. I can’t imagine not having something to get up and “get ready” for each day. On most mornings when I need more coffee, I stare into my closet like an impossible mission, and on those mornings, this Marc New York dress has become one of my ultimate go-to pieces. I don’t even care if people at work start realizing how often I wear it. : /

It’s the perfect length for the office, can be worn with heels or flats for photoshoot days at work and is the fit and flare style that I love. Best of all, most of the Marc New York styles are office-appropriate and are super easy to mix into your work wardrobe. I also like the verstility of taking this particular dress from work to weekend. It would be great to wear to brunch or even to pack on a trip. It’s truly an efforless piece.

Check out more of my favorite Marc New York styles HERE.

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6 Comments

  • Reply Candace Hampton

    So cool you got Mike in your shots! Love the outfit!

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    May 22, 2015 at 1:04 pm
  • Reply Tara Illy

    You're a doll and what a fab job! Although around here we're Gators and all 😉

    May 22, 2015 at 2:48 pm
  • Reply Alyssa Renee

    This dress is so pretty! Love the print! =)

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    May 25, 2015 at 2:34 pm
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    Beautiful dress and you've styled it perfectly!

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    May 28, 2015 at 5:19 am
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