Hey dolls! I'm sorry for the poor picture quality of today's post. I'm not sure why they came out blurry but I loved the outfit so I had to share! This look is very feminine and easy to recreate. All you need is a delicate top, print skirt, fitted blazer and heels! I added a pop of color by wearing a bright red lipstick, Ruby Woo by MAC. Some people may think red lipstick is inappropriate for work and I understand why but I decided to wear it anyway because the rest of the outfit is very neutral. I felt the look was missing something and the red lipstick did the trick!
Blazer: H&M (similar here)
Top: Dijon (similarhere)
Skirt: Target (similar here)
Shoes: Forever 21 (similar here)
Ring: Juicy Couture
Necklace: Forever 21 (similar here)
Lipstick: MAC in Ruby Woo
Nail polish: L.A. Girl in Hustle
GET THE LOOK HERE:
Dressing for work does not have to be boring. When shopping for work clothes try to select items that you can mix and match with other things. Doing so will allow you to not only create multiple looks but also save money. If you're starting a new wardrobe for work start with a few basics such as: a black blazer, white blouse, pencil skirt, pant suit and black dress that is appropriate for work. Once you have the basics you can start personalizing your look with colorful shoes, scarves, accessories, handbags, etc. Just writing about creating a work wardrobe gets me excited! JCPenney,Target and Kohl's are great places to get affordable/trendy work clothes (I save money on top of the ridiculously low prices by bringing coupons and hitting the clearance section!).