Friday, June 7, 2013


This was worn on my sixth to last day of work. 

And yes, Sam, I am still counting.

But today is not a work day for me, so if you need me I'll be enjoying the 60 degree weather at my favorite place on campus with a few of my college girlfriends. Have a great weekend :)
Tee: c/o Elegantees [exact]
Blazer: Old Navy [save | splurge]
Jeans: Urban Outfitters [exact]
Watch: c/o Daniel Wellington [exact]
Shoes: Tory Burch [exact]
Big thank you to Elegantees for providing me with this beautiful shirt. It was a bit chilly out to be worn without taking my jacket off, but you can see the full version here. Here's a bit more about Elegantees:

Elegantees is revolutionizing modesty and restoring lives of women rescued from sex trafficking. It started in 2010 with elegant designs made from tee-shirt fabric, as easy to wear and wash as a tee. The mission first stemmed when founder Katie Martinez learned about the harsh realities about human trafficking, while attending fashion design school. After Katie worked in the garment industry for years, she started the brand to make modesty trendy and affordable, and to help women in bondage of trafficking.

In 2011, Elegantees partnered with the Nepali Rescue Project a non-profit organization fighting trafficking. This organization rescues over 20,000 human trafficking victims per year in Nepal. In addition, the Nepali Rescue Project provides these survivors with safe houses, counseling, and various job training skills; including sewing.

A new partnership emerged in 2013 with Restore NYC, a nonprofit organization working to end sex trafficking and restore foreign-national survivors.  Restore NYC, offers these survivors with a safe community with complete care addressing physical, emotional and spiritual needs.