Outfits Of The Office: Crushable’s Editor-In-Chief Is Wearing Autumn

Outfits of the Office -- Jenni Maier

If you are looking to be hazed at the Alloy office, look no further: Jenni Maier, editor-in-chief of our pop culture sister site Crushable, is your own personal Regina George. She’ll tell you your bangs look adorable, then turn around and toss your computer, including all your cat photos, out the window. I can haz real friends? No, probably not.

Okay, not really. Jenni is actually one of the most hilarious humans I know. I have a strong feeling that, if polled, our office would unanimously agree that our work day would be less entertaining if she were not here. If you haven’t read Crushable, you should definitely start — she, Jill O’Rourke and Alexis (remember our Tuesday outfit of the day?) are all excellent at making fun of the highly functional PCP-head that is “pop culture.”

Today, she wore lovely orange, red, black and grey dress with a sweater, perfect for fall (as well as our office, which maintains A/C levels fit for anemic polar bears). Being a sucker for autumn colors, I thought it would be a great choice for our outfit.

Outfits of the Office -- Jenni Maier

Memoir photo.

Outfits of the Office -- Jenni Maier

Band-aids Spring/Summer ’14 collection.

Outfits of the Office -- Jenni Maier

Outfits of the Office -- Jenni Maier

The 90s are coming back.

Outfits of the Office -- Jenni Maier

She’s about to fire everyone.

The Specifics:
Dress, Urban Outfitters
Sweater, “I have no idea, I cut the tag out in a moment of itch” (so, Chanel?)
Shoes, Steve Madden

Cheeks, Besame Cream Blush
Face, Shiseido Translucent Loose Powder
Lips, Neutrogena MoistureSurge Lip Soother (as seen here!)
Lashes, CoverGirl Flamed Out

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    • Julia Sonenshein

      I’m intimidated by her beauty and authority.

    • Joanna Rafael

      We must not forget that she’s the reason we have bagels on Friday.

      • Jenni

        I can only hope that’s my legacy at this company.

      • Samantha_Escobar

        No, your legacy is ghost shaming.