Be A Workplace Fashionista
Posted On Jun 16, 2014
Find new inspiration in the office by updating your workplace fashion
Every morning I wake up to the same boring question – what should I wear to work today? I am generally uninspired by the business attire hanging in my closet, which consists of plain button down blouses, unflattering pants and frumpy skirts.
Recently, I started searching for new brands and styles that could shake up my yawn-worthy selection, while allowing me to maintain a professional appearance. Below are a few fabulous finds featuring fresh styles and bright colors to put some inspiration back into workplace fashion.
With trends like snake skin patterned pencil skirts and color blocked skinny pants, AELLA offers great options for those of us with the desire to spice up our office wardrobe. Finally, a brand that can actually send me to work inspired.
Tip: Try spicing up your everyday black blazer with AELLA’s chic electric blue work trousers.
*The Dunway Bonded Wide Leg Pants – Electric Blue – AELLA.co
LAUREN CECCHI launched a brand of chic handbags dawning a classic foldover design and chain-link straps. The timeless and sophisticated style is so captivating that I am considering buying one in different sizes and colors to coordinate with every outfit. These bags are the perfect fashion piece that your colleagues will undoubtedly envy.
Tip: Try piecing a brightly colored handbag from the Fall 2014 Empire collection to spice up a black, knee-length work dress.
*The Sorella – Honeydew – laurencecchi.com
Adding an essential piece of statement jewelry is the best way to pump new life into a tired old ensemble. HAUTE HEADQUARTERS has necklaces, bracelets and rings to incorporate into any business ensemble. These pieces make a bold statement with trendy yet sophisticated flare.
Try adding a brightly colored statement necklace to a plainly colored blouse.
*Kenneth Jay Lane Turquoise Spike Link Necklace – hauteheadquarters.com
-Bianca Pastor; Spontaneous and outgoing, seeking an end to my perpetually oily skin