Work Week Chic!

Wondering what to wear to work tomorrow? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Long gone are the days of ill-fitted suits and shapeless clothing. You can be work appropriate, while still looking effortlessly chic. Here are some great pieces that will step up any working girl’s wardrobe! 

 

Love these Silky Culottes

 

Culottes are a must-have staple for every wardrobe. Not only are culottes on trend, but they are extremely comfortable and flattering!. The Betsy Culottes can be styled with a fitted blouse, a statement necklace and pointed pumps for a smart and refined look.

 

Rock a Statement Vest

 

 

The Caryn Vest Dress dress is a multi-functional piece that can be worn alone or layered. You will be surprised at how this vest dress can easily complement your current wardrobe. This vest also works so well in a relaxed office environment, as it also looks great paired with jeans and a long-sleeve tee.

Your Favorite Blouse + Necklace

 

This pairing works well in a variety of work spaces, however it’s particularly chic if your office is more conservative. While the The Felicity Top is closet staple, it’s hue and crocheted detail make it stand out. Pair this top with a pair of fitted black trousers and rock statement necklace, like the Tribe Gold Necklace.

 

The Perfect Feminine Skirt

 

 

Of course, you can never go wrong with a classic, A-line skirt at work. With springtime in full-force, the Tea Time Skirt is a beautiful addition to any wardrobe. Wear this with a pastel top for a classic, feminine look.

 

Don’t Forget the Bag!

 

 

Last, but not least, there is no need to lug around a drab work bag. Who wouldn’t want to be both be versatile and chic?! The key here an adequate size. The Chic Quilted Bag is large enough to fit your work essentials, like a laptop and documents (which also makes this a great bag for students!)

No matter your work environment or dress code, there's a sleek and chic outfit for everyone! Whether you're climbing the corporate ladder or pursing a passion, it's all about dressing for the job you want. 

 


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