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Making Your Workwear Trendy

November 9, 2017


It’s tough making your workwear trendy, but still office appropriate. First off, my office has a very casual dress code. If you are at an office where dress pants, dresses and skirts are only allowed, I’m sorry. I am a big fan of denim and usually live in jeans at my office.

This look can give you a trendy-appropriate way to dress for work for those of you who have a stuffy dress code. I scored this awesome plaid skirt on sale at Zara last winter. I am loving that plaid is the hottest trend this fall and I can work this piece into my wardrobe well.

I added my new Diane von Furstenburg top which I got from Saks Off Fifth. I’ve always loved a front tie on a blouse. Cropped tops and high waist lines help me split up my long torso.

I slipped on my white slides from Target and my Topshop handbag and was ready for work.

Hope you guys liked this workwear look. Would love to hear your feedback in the comments.

Xx Amanda

SHOP MY LOOK:

Zara Skirt Similar / Diane vin Furstenberg Blouse Similar / Who What Wear x Target Slides / Topshop Crossbody Similar

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13 thoughts on “Making Your Workwear Trendy

  1. beyo11 says:

    Amazing way to steer clear of boring work dress, well done Mz Amanda, so clever and great what you done with the white shirt!!

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  2. Mary says:

    Absolutely love this look! The slides look great and that skirt is stunning!

    Mary | O Blog da Mary
    https://oblogdamary.wordpress.com/

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  3. That skirt is so cute! ♥

    Candice | Beauty Candy Loves

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  4. Wonderful your outfit…..i love …..your skirt in the Prince if Walles…..very very English!!!!👍🏻👏👏👏kisses

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  5. Loving this corporate chic outfit babe!
    x Rubi
    Pose & Repeat

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  6. I love this look! My work is very, very casual… people literally question when I dress up.

    xo Logan
    https://peculiarporter.com

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