|Rest assured, I have never had to refer to this|
diagram before getting dressed. (Full size here)
But I digress. I'll graduate with my Master's degree in 15 months. Yikes. I've never been one to like dressing up unless I have to, to wear make up on a daily basis (I can't remember for the life of me that I wore it, honestly), and to take the time to do more than shampoo, condition, comb, and dry my hair every day.
I would like to look more professional, so little by little, I'm going to attempt to reach that happy medium of looking professional without feeling awkward. Trading in jeans for slacks and skirts, hoodies for sweaters, t-shirts for blouses, and tennis shoes for flats (I don't do heels). The things that will always remain, however, are a set of rings (one with a V, one with a C) and the necklace that Vic got me for Christmas. I wear them everyday and feel weird without them on.
Since I'll be holding a graduate assistantship in a different office in the upcoming semesters, working as a school counseling intern in the fall (not to mention having two different internship sites in the spring), and attending classes on top of that... I think it's time to take a little time to dress up my wardrobe, actually care about my hair's appearance more than I currently do, and maybe even learn to love dressing up.