Blazer: Express // Olive Print Pants: Old Navy // D’orsay Flats: Nordstrom Rack // Shirt: Old Navy // Necklace: Francescas
Mid way through the work week and I am sharing my go-to office look. Today’s classic work look is always a go to for my hectic mornings before my 9 to 5 job. Okay, its more 8 to 4:30 but you get the point. What are some of your go to items for the office? I like keeping it professional, trendy and comfortable all in one look for the office. And of course I am repeating my favorite color this Fall, olive!
This week has been rough for a few reasons. Number one is it is still dark until I get to work. This mean the cold is around the corner! And two, it is the week after a week long vacation. It would be nice to have a vacation after vacation to adjust. 🙂 You know what I mean? I hope you are all enjoying the Fall season, I know I am enjoying it.
Skirt: Banana Republic || Shirt: Old Navy || Sweater: The Loft || Handbag: London Fog via TJMaxx || Sunglasses: TJMaxx || Necklace: NY&Company || Shoes: old
Does anyone else dress up a little more when it is nice out? I do for sure! Not only was today a nice day to pull out this skirt from last season for these warmer temperatures, but I had good intensions of looking presentable for work. No a business suit was just a little to stuffy for me today. I don’t know about you guys, but when someone important will be making an appearance in the same building, I tend to make sure I look professional. Not that I don’t look professional every other day at the office it is just a ‘thing’ I have always done. I have never really discussed my full time job over here on the blog, but today at work the BIG boss was coming into the office. Big boss as in the Commissioner of CBP (Customs Border Protection) was actually coming to our office for a brief moment. By brief, I mean maybe 5 minutes tops to speak to all of us quickly and back to my desk I went. Point being, I have always found it important to present yourself for the job and life you want to live. Of course I was not going to have tea and talk shop with the big boss, but I always want to carry myself in a professional manner and my attire is the key to doing that in a office setting.
For my professional office look today, I stuck with my favorite pattern, polka dots! This skirt I absolutely love and adore each and every time I put it on. This top, well it speaks for itself. In keeping both pieces polka dots I decided to tone down the look with a solid cardigan over top. Have I mentioned lately I love wearing nude heels because if you are vertically challenged like myself, it will elongate your legs instantly. On the flip side my legs are in desperate need of a tan. Eeekkkks! As for accessories, I kept it very simple and clean, nothing to flashy. And that is positively polka dots folks!
Everyone excited for the weekend? It goes by way to fast but oh how I love those two days off work. 🙂 Anyone have fun plans? I always love hearing about what you’re doing for the weekend!
Sweater: Old Navy (similar) || Pants: J.Crew via Poshmark (very similar pair, on sale $25) || Heels: Old Navy || Clutch: EBAY || Sunglasses: NY&Company
Hello sunshine! So glad you graced us with your presence. I hope wherever you are located, you are getting some wonderful spring sunshine too. Aaaaamazing! It might not be spring quite yet, but I am ready to wear my spring uniform. Okay, I don’t wear a daily uniform to work but this look here is along the lines of what I live in at work. Simple and pops of color. How will you wear your spring uniform? I would love to hear what you guys are wanting to live in this spring.
Today’s look is going to be on repeat here on the blog. Okay, maybe I will switch up the pieces I mix together, but these crop print pants I tell ya. They are so comfortable and were one of my best purchases recently. How many of you sell or buy on Poshmark?(check it out if not) I will admit, I do both! I sell my unwanted items in my closet as well as buy gently used clothing. These pants are like brand new! I bought the pants along with a striped JCrew button up and paid $25 for both items. Deal, I think so. Best part is both those items were on my “must have list” I created for the new season. Which reminds me, have you been following your “must have” list when purchasing items? This method has worked really well for me and I have cut back on items that just sit in my closet because they were on sale. Ask me more if you want to know how I create and follow a list when shopping for new seasons.