You are what you wear

My first day at Twitter I arrived in my usual work outfit: a black blazer, khakis and a button-up shirt. I was ready for the world. When I walked through the door I was greeted by a mass of employees in T-shirts and jeans, many of whom eyed me suspiciously. Suddenly, I felt like a narc.

From then on, I vowed to bridge the more corporate style of my previous employer (The Washington Post) to the casual elegance of Twitter. Every day is another opportunity to showcase your personality through your wardrobe. Be adventurous. Be daring. Be chic.

In celebrating my last day as Manager of Journalism and News at Twitter, I present to you the Luckiest outfits to ever Luckie.

15. Laser tag at @TwitterDC

Shirt: ASOS

14. Executive Rambo

Jacket: Michael Kors, Shirt: Army Navy Outfitters, Feather brooch: Vintage

13. “M” is for Must Get More Balloons.

Sweater: Joe Fresh, Jeans: Levi’s 411,

12. Sailor Suit

Jacket: Tallia by Macy’s, Shirt: Desigual, “Barbie” brooch: Etsy

11. Where am I and why does the Twitter office look like a spaceship?

Shirt: Target, Pants: Levi’s 511, Shoes: Lacoste

10: #Lumbersexual

Plaid shirt: Beverly Hills Polo Club, Shirt: Twitter Design

9. Space Leopard

Glasses: Vintage, Shirt: Ralph Lauren Denim & Supply

8. This outfit was literally voted by Twitter users

Glasses: H&M, Hoodie: Betabrand, Sweatshirt: ASOS

7. TwitterNYC’s new Chelsea headquarters

Sweatshirt: Dr. Jay’s, Shoes: Creative Recreation

6: Steam Punk’d

Glasses: Vintage, Jacket: Tallia by Macy’s

5. Put a bird on it

Glasses: CVS, Shirt: Target

4. All Gold Everything (Trump Tower)

Jacket: Steve Madden, Sweater: H&M

3. In the wilds of Twitter’s Madison Avenue office

Sweater: Dr. Jay’s, Glasses: Warby Parker

2. #ElevatorSelfie

Jacket: Tallia by Macy’s

1. “I Want Half my Company Back” (worn to my bi-annual performance review)

Jacket: Vintage, Boots: Penguin, Glasses: CVS

Coco Chanel once said “In order to be irreplaceable one must always be different.” I encourage you to do the same. Au revoir.


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