Keeping it basic in blue and trying to enjoy what is left of summer which always seems to go by too quick.
These are the little things that are making me smile: This year’s journal with a crown of peonies and a bible verse that has been keeping me inspired.
Because peony season comes and goes too quick, I had to get one in every color because I couldn’t decide. I also, threw some ranunculus into the mix because I couldn’t resist.
A display of American flags to kick-off the American holidays to come.
Trying to strut my catwalk for a friend’s cancer survivor fund raiser (and when I decided to cut my hair after looking at this photo).
A sweet treat from a girlfriend from her trip to Hong Kong, almost too cute to eat.
This pleated pink skirt has been on repeat this spring, I combined it with a cropped blazer to keep me warm because the weather was a bit chilly (the in between spring and summer type of weather), for some reason, the fact that it was a cropped blazer made the look come together.
Summer is here!
Everyone loves summers and the best things about it are: beaches, sand and getaways! But as happy as you are for those warm temperatures on the weekend, Monday arrives, you find yourself dreading around your wardrobe what to wear?
There are a variety of styles that are perfect for this occasion. An elegant sleeveless, tea-length dress is an eye-catching option for a dinner with your boyfriend or husband. But, dressing for office during the summer months is daunting and challenging, no matter if you work in a creative, cool or casual environment. TAs the temperature rises, the very thought of your starched button-ups, wool dress pants, cardigan sweaters – makes you start to sweat. The alternatives – shorts, tank tops, sun dresses seems to be “office inappropriate.”
So, to help you make the seasonal transition in style, here are some of the ideas that are both summer-ready and comfort-style. With bright colors, plenty of whites, bold patterns, and a few silhouettes, you’ll be ready to face summer work days in style. Think of cropped pants, a sleek vest, and cool new cotton scarf to take you into the boardroom in style – because really, you have no business wearing that flannel suit in the 45-degree heat.
We are seeing more and more offices are adopting more casual approach to work wear, which is great, but that doesn’t mean that we should discard traditional rules out of the window. Even if you work in a cool, creative environment, a level of decorousness should be maintained sartorially.
Looking for easy inspiration? Here are some effortless and engaging work-friendly summer styles that are comfortable and easy to wear, saving us more time and energy to enjoy the season to its fullest. So, just relax and enjoy!
The secret behind feeling comfortable in summers is wearing the right materials. No matter how hot it gets outside, see-through materials have never been a good idea in the office. Before transforming your wardrobe according to the aforementioned tips, make sure you fully understand the dress code of your company. Summer can be a great time to express your creative fashionista side, but it is important to maintain professionalism on the job.
This summers unleash your chic side with great summer outfits at workplace. The possibilities are endless!