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Tuesday, 29 October 2013

What to wear for work?

Office FashionWinter Work OUtfits

Ahhh, what to "wear to wear?" to work is a common morning dilemma in most women's household. How to find the perfect balance in women's work wear between business and casual. Finding the right work outfit is hard! You want to certainly appear professional, but want to keep your femininity and style. The last thing you want to do if dress to provocative, but you still want to look nice and be admired by your peers. So, how do you find a office attire that is cute, yet smart, professional, but not boring?
I have picked this outfit that I think fits all of these categories! This Paper Dolls black and white asymmetric dress ticks every box. It has the trendy half peplum style with an uber modern asymmetric, monochrome edge. Black and white is conservative enough for the work place, but the funky white lines give it a "je ne said quoi". The dress fits beautifully, nipping you in at the waist, enough not to show anything and appear to be flaunting your body, but extenuating your curves at the same time. Paper Dolls is from the Little Mistress brand. It is aimed at a slightly older customer i.e. late twenties, early thirties. All of the clothes fit nicely at the knee and are figure hugging, without "letting it all hang out". I adore all of the Paper Dolls range, it is a fantastic range if you are looking for smart, yet sexy. I have matched this with a simple pair of ballet pumps, giving an air of practicality in the office and not portraying the woman "tottering about" in high heels. This amazing Missco Girl block colour satchel (Lalya) adds a splash of autumnal colour. The satchel is just the most amazing bag to go with everything, any time, day to night. There are many versions now, all inspired by the Cambridge Satchel Company.
The Paisie summer forest necklace finished the look off with it's multi coloured beads and gold chain.

Do you have your winter work wear wardrobe ready?


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