Yesterday instead of reporting to the office, my team celebrated the end of planning season, during which we develop our clients’ media plans for the upcoming year.
That’s right. I’m talking about my team’s annual Post-Planning Party!
Vendors sponsored events at spots across the city, making for one of the most fun Fridays in recent memory. (Thanks, everyone!)
We started at Rockit, where Google sponsored a breakfast buffet and office awards show.
We then headed to Paris Club for hors d’oeuvres and blackjack with the Facebook sales crew. I might’ve won $50
with my fabulous newfound blackjack skillz in a raffle.
Afterward we set sail on the Mystic Blue, basically turning the entire boat into a dance floor. (I’m sorry, but I can’t not dance my heart out when Robyn’s playing.)
We finished the day at the House of Blues, where Pandora sponsored live-band karaoke. Live-band karaoke is my life, y’all.
And as much as I like risk-free blackjack, spontaneous dance parties and live-band karaoke, I adore my co-workers even more. I loved celebrating their success coming out of planning season!
need, not want.
I stand for many things. For second chances, for the Wolfpack winning an NCAA championship of any sort [because no one is holding their breath for our football team], for true love, for grilled cheese sandwiches being their own food group, and for wearing clothing that feels like a pair of pajamas.
I’ll give you a hint: this ensemble MIGHT be cozier than all my Lulu outfits. Combined. Yes, I’m dead serious.
In fact, I’m pretty sure there is an equation for this theory of mine:
maximum cozy + effortless style + not looking like a slug while doing so = living your best life
There you have it. Just call me scholar and a lady, folks.
wide-leg pants: Anthropologie // cobalt blue top: Bordeaux // lanyard necklace: J.Crew // shoes: Michael Antonio (similar in gold) // bag: Goyard // denim jacket: Rich & Skinny (similar) // sunnies: House of Harlow