Fashion – Oct 2018
Light blue shirt
Linens are synonymous with workwear, with their breathable fabric and crisp look. Moreover, you can never go wrong with a pastel color, subtle and smart.
Olive green slacks
Give your ensemble a little more character, pop with a pair of olive green pants. It downplays the overly formal tone of your blazer while matching with it flawlessly.
With work environments getting more relaxed, suiting up is a rare event. But you can bring back a piece of the suiting era by pulling on a cream blazer.
If you’re layering your outfit, you can never make mistakes with a white shirt. It pairs with every color without making it look like you put too much effort.
Layering and colder climates often go hand in hand. Another thing synonymous with winter is grey, which is why grey pants would be a great way to complete the look.
With limited choices, it’s best to play with color. This is why a muted toned burgundy jumper would be perfect if you want to switch up your usual look.
White fitted T-shirt
This look is all about taking staple items from your wardrobe and turning them into a different and edgy outfit, starting with a white T-shirt.
We don’t pull out our denim shorts often enough, but this different look gives you more reason to put your denim shorts to work.
You don’t need a special day to put your stilettos to work. Finish this casual look with your silver heels and make your outfit a fitting look for an evening get together.
Floppy hats come naturally with brunches, making them the perfect accessory for your fun and flirty midday look.
Olive green jumpsuit
Put aside the regular denim jumpsuits. These olive green jumpsuits are light and casual and the perfect alternative to dresses. They also have large pockets, allowing you to go bagless.
Pair your breezy jumpsuit with brown, buckled up sandals. Since brown and green are a great aesthetic pair, these sandals seem like the obvious choice.
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