There is one style that I haven’t talked a lot about on this blog, and that is work wear attire. Most of us working 9 to 5 have to look our best five days a week while still staying true to our individual style. This can get even trickier when it’s so humid out that we feel like human popsicles. Forget applying makeup or styling your hair; getting to a morning meeting not looking like a mess can be a challenge during a hot summer. No matter how little we feel like wearing, if you don’t work from home, you still have to try looking professional. That is what has inspired this week’s style guide. I have put together three outfits for you that are a great start to looking chic and stylish while staying as cool as possible. Better yet, all of these outfits make the transition from day to night seamlessly, so you don’t have to worry about what to wear later. When putting together the perfect summer 9 to 5 outfit, remember that prints and bright colors are your friends. Most of the time in the summer, we are our worst critics. We may look great on the outside, but on the inside, we are convinced we’re a sweaty mess. Wear a bold color or an eye-catching print to boost your mood. These outfits should get the creative juices flowing so that you can put together outfits that give you the confidence that you are ready for the workday.
1. Shinymix – Golden Wilderness Necklace | 2. Matisse – D’Orsay Laser Cut Flats | 3. COS – Round Shoulder Dress (on sale) | 4. Kendra Scott – Cassie Bracelet (on sale) | 5. Marc by Marc Jacobs – Metropolitote Tote (on sale)
1. Julie Vos – Lion Stone Stud | 2. Julie Vos – Imperial Stacking Bangle | 3. Calvin Klein – Nasi Leather T-Strap Sandal | 4. Mango – Wrapped Jumpsuit | 5. Choies – Striped Blazer | 6. Ann Taylor – Pebbled Signature Tote
1. J.Crew Factory – Laser Cut Tee | 2. Sole Society – Freyaa Gladiator Sandal | 3. H&M – Textured Jersey Skirt | 4. Kate Spade NY – Charm Bracelet | 5. Jules Smith – Americana Classic Earrings | 6. Zara – Perforated Shopper Bag