Monday, 30 March 2015

Spot the difference

Cape-blazer: Smooch the Label | Pants: Uniqlo (Similar here)
Shoes: Prada (Similar here)
Bag: Gracious Aires (Similar here)
Ring: Twentyeight Lane
Sunglasses: Karen Walker
Shirt: Ann Taylor (Similar here)
Skirt: ASOS (Similar here)

Bag: RED Valentino (Similar here)

Pairing the cape blazer with a white shirt totally made me feel like a lawyer which would have been my dream profession if I was a whole lot less lazy. I think lawyers are having their 'in' moment now what with Amal Alamuddin Clooney (specialist in international law, criminal law, human rights, extradition and being George Clooney's way better half) gaining international acclaim for erm... Her Valentino outfits.  Le sigh.

I think I would make for a great litigator - Mostly because I enjoy arguing with people. (Ok this is a lie, I'm very passive aggressive but one can pretend to be assertive, right?). However, I once met an ex-schoolmate and I asked her what sort of law she practised, to which she replied, 'litigation' and without even a pause, she asked me if I knew what litigation was. *Coughcondescendingcough*.

Anyway, let's weigh the pros and the cons of being a lawyer (from the very little I know about law and lawyers)

  1. George Clooney can become your husband
  2. You can wear Valentino outfits 
  3. You can argue with people for money
  1. You might need to work with a certain condescending person
LAW SKOOL HERE I COME. Do I need to be able to spell?

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