Nope, I never have! I just pluck them now and then to keep them in good shape! I swear by smashbox brow tech to go when I’m getting dolled up for that extra definition, but not for everyday use.
And as for threading, I don’t know of a good place, I’m sorry!!
Rough!! It is so hard to stay motivated and really find the time to sit down and study. I’ve only ordered a few books and have gotten through one but it’s something that you really have to keep up with and it’s hard based on my crazy schedule. I am planning on taking a course in the fall (if I can find the time in my schedule) so I am hoping that will help… if not, the LSAT will have to take a back seat until I can find a solid block of time.
I honestly have no idea! I have never had to create one. I would google search it and see what comes up. But I would guess that you’d want to include any honors, any extra curriculars/awards/accomplishments, etc. The more, the better. You are marketing yourself just as you would with a job but in this case, the only person that would see it would be people writing your rec’s so you can use as much space as needed. Give them plenty of positive information so they can write many positive things about you!
Love the DY Shrimp anything— I really want the earrings!
I know which ring you are referring to, however, I can’t seem to find it anywhere either. They probably stopped making it. But that style is also referred to as the “thoroughbred” collection so you may want to search using that term as well.
Sorry I couldn’t be of more help!
Congratulations on your new job. How exciting!! Finding high quality, flattering clothing for work proves to be a difficult task!
To answer: Talbots, Talbots, Talbots!!! It’s the best! I think 99.9% of the store is business appropriate. Just find a good tailor before you shop at Talbots because all of their clothing is too modest for a young 20-something… meaning the hems are super long and sometimes the waist is not tapered enough.
My office is super casual on days we don’t have meetings so I get by on having a small collection of “business clothing”. I have a navy skirt suit for summer (Talbots), a black wool pencil skirt (J. Crew), many button up shirts (J. Crew perfect shirts), a black 3-season wool pant suit (Talbots), a plain pair of black patent pumps (Ralph Lauren), a plain pair of black flats (Jack Rogers and Talbots) and several black, modest shift/a-line style dresses (Talbots).
I think as long as you have a plain skirt suit and plain pant suit, you have your bases covered in regards to interview attire and very “formal” business settings where a suit would be necessary.
I hope this helps :) Best of luck to you in your new job!
Thank you :) The dress is Island Co. and from Country Squire Haberdashery! They have the cutest things!
I really like Talbots, Ralph Lauren, J. Crew, Brooks Brothers, Vineyard Vines, Lilly Pulitzer, J. McLaughlin, and Kate Spade! I’ve recently been purchasing from ASOS for cute work dresses and “going out” dresses. Thanks for reading Summer Wind :)