WORK IT!

26 Oct

Work doesn’t have to mean boring when it comes to styling

 

Black, black and more black – Yawn. Don’t get me wrong, I love how a little black dress can sleek and shrink you, but when it comes to workwear,  far too many are opting for this safe shade as their everyday office choice.

It’s already dull outside, so it’s time to brighten up your day with a splash of colour worked into your career wardrobe. Brights can be scary at times but its a known fact that wearing bold hues can brighten up your mood ans warm your skintone at the same time.

Opt for this bold tulip dress from H&M, paired with opaques and a statement necklace for a colourful way to do workwear chic. This amazing gilet looks glamorous thrown over everything and when paired with tough gloves and quirky boots, edgy at the same time.

Dalmation prints are huge this season and this super-cute satchel from Topshop is an easy way to combine two trends in one. 

This outfit oozes sass and the cut of the dress keeps it conservative enough for work. To take this from day to night, add a pair of this seasons glitter platforms and swap the bag for a snakeskin clutch.

Don’t succumb to the daily trap of dull when it comes to work. These items are season-appropriate, smart and versatile, every quality needed for the ultimate office wardrobe.

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3 Responses to “WORK IT!”

  1. chameleonic October 26, 2011 at 7:09 pm #

    i just adore that purse you posted in this!

    • Fashion Hungry October 26, 2011 at 7:45 pm #

      It’s stunning isn’t it! I love the dalmation print trend this season x

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