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Never Underestimate An Old Woman Who Listens To The Beatles And Was Born In October shirt
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A smart person would pack basics to travel with—yet I, for some reason, chose to pack my loudest printed shirts. I have been wearing them every day to clock in, as though it is a classic black blazer Never Underestimate An Old Woman Who Listens To The Beatles And Was Born In October shirt. Every sunrise, I slip on one of these maximalist pieces, ready to shock and awe my coworkers on Zoom. A blinding flame-print shirt one day! A trippy patchwork paisley the next! Since Zoom is all about what you wear on your upper-half, my statement tops have also been a clever distraction to the fact that, right now, I actually own very little clothing. This week, I documented five days of these bold, brazen tops (Minimalists, beware.) I had fun dressing them up with some of my favorite summer pieces—from cargo shorts to sleek sunglasses and jewelry. Below, a look at how I got dressed for WFH.