Professor's Workshop

Black trousers - Black satin top H&M - Black Gabe blazer Theory, identical - Black bow flats Kate Spade, similar 

Black tote bag Roberto Cavalli - Vintage scarf

As a child all I could think of career wise was of becoming a teacher. Through the years I have taken small steps toward that direction, the last one was getting my Masters in Education. 

Weeks ago I was approached by a local university to conduct a few workshops for professors and as you can imagine I jumped at the opportunity. For weeks I prepared and the day before, as only Murphy's law would have it, I got laryngitis and could not utter a word. A visit to the doctor, medicines and hours of silence had me ready for my workshop. Oh, and this is what I wore ;) 

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13 comments

Beauty Unearthly said...

Love the combination of outfit!

Laura Mitbrodt said...

Such a cute look, love the black suit
xo
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Kristen from Pugs & Pearls said...

I'm so glad you could do your workshop after all of that! You look great, and I would definitely listen to you in this outfit. =]

Closet Fashionista said...

I love the print of that scarf!
I always thought of being a teacher when I was younger as well, but I'm not a huge fan of school so I knew that wouldn't really happen, haha. So exciting about the workshop! Thank goodness you were able to talk in time
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Courtney Erin said...

What a fun opportunity - and you looked so great for the workshops! Glad to hear you were actually able to do them after losing your voice (I once had to participate in a conference and deliver a paper with a horrific cold and no voice and it was all kinds of hellish).

Courtney ~ Sartorial Sidelines

Sheila said...

Dang, what bad timing for laryngitis, Lorena! I know you were amazing - you are so smart and stylish. I'm awed by your educational and professional accomplishments!

Stella Asteria said...

I am sorry for your laryngitis but yay for the workshop! So happy to read you make one of your dreams come true! And this is the perfect outfit for it!
xoxo
Stella
http://www.stellaasteria.com

PhotosbyCris said...

Well done. I am a little the other way around. I was a teacher and now I am a photographer, writer, blogger... Loving it. You look amazing, I love the pop of colour that you added with the scarf. Well done in your teaching and wish you a brilliant career ahead. Have a lovely day. xoxo Cris
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Jennifer Piri said...

You look really great, I love the color touches you make
Petons

Jacquard Flower said...

Great news about the workshop. I really love this look.

Gemma x
www.jacquardflower.uk

E said...

That scarf is such a beautiful touch to this all-black look!

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Anonymous said...

Sexy

Mica T said...

I'm so glad you were able to do the workshop in the end! I like that printed scarf with the black outfit too, nice way to add a little colour to your outfit!

With it being cold again here I've been tempted to get my scarves out again - I really should!

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