Monday, 5 June 2017

Update your work wardrobe for less



Dressing for the 9-5 grind can be uninspiring throughout the cooler months. It can be hard to maintain your sense of style when all you feel like is hibernating under layers of black and greys and dressing for comfort (and warmth) is your bae. 

Insert the perfect time to boost your style-esteem a little by adding an item or two to spruce up your wardrobe and to minimise some of that winter drab without maxing your budget.

One of our stylist secrets is shopping at specialty stores that offer a nice mix of classic and on-trend without the expensive price tags, especially when you are looking to explore a new trend or after a style a little outside of your comfort zone. 

You'd be surprised how a little effort can go a long way and give some of your fail safe pieces from your existing wardrobe a much needed update!

We are particularity loving Forcast at the moment and found a couple of key corporate staples with a a twist - both perfect options to spruce up your corporate look this winter.


The Wide Leg Pant

Traditionally the wide leg pant has been a staple in every girl's corporate wardrobe. By opting for a cropped style you have instantly updated your look and given your wardrobe a fresh piece to mix up with your forever go-to items such as a classic blazer, white shirt or a black turtle neck knit.


Pair them with your favourite pair of boots and an OTT scarf.




@janettelenk

The Over Sized Sleeve

This sleeve is everywhere and doesn't look like it is going anywhere! There are so many great variations but for work, keep it sophisticated and opt for silky top in a neutral colour to pair with your fave black pencil skirt.

To turn this look from day night pair it with some strappy heels, a metallic bag and a bold lip.




@sofiapolak


Thanks to Forcast and The Canberra Outlet Centre.

Photography by @wearefoundau wearefound.com.au 
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