We don’t get to buy clothes on a regular basis, but sometimes we have to invest on a few good pairs if the occasion calls for it. I consider clothes an investment if the design never goes out of style – the ones you can wear separately with the old ones that you have in the closet.
My daughter needs a corporate outfit in one of her subjects in school. I thought its practical when I bought her this blue outfit instead of a dress (since she already has one).
She can wear this outfit in so many ways. She can match the pants with a different blouse; the blue blazer and pants with a different blouse; or the blazer with a dress. What do you think?
I’m not a styling expert, so can you suggest other styles for this clothes?
There are a lot of young women who get hired every year to have the opportunity to get a career and work their way up the career ladder. Fashion is one of the most essential things for young women and they do not want to end up wearing the boring, corporate outfits that a lot of women seem to wear now. Here are some work pieces that you can use:
- Printed Trousers – Depending on your work setting, you can use printed trousers to add that extra something to your outfit. You can wear it with a classier and more business like tops to balance out the effect.
- Pastel Blazers – Nothing screams young like pastels so it would be best to incorporate pastel blazers into your wardrobe.
- Elegant Shoes – You need not resort to square toed pumps with 2 inch heels when you can settle for classier pumps that will complete your whole outfit. Do remember to have flats handy though when your feet cannot take the pain anymore.
With these pieces in your wardrobe, it would be easier to revamp your whole corporate attire.
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