2 Summer Work Looks Style Blog
2 Summer Work Looks
June 01, 2020

Working for someone or running a business is hard work.  On top of that try figuring out what to wear that can carry you throughout the day.  I have got two looks that you can easily wear to meet clients or attend a video conference call that are comfortable and stylish.  These looks are so practical and chic that you can run errands in or meet your friends for happy hour!

OUTFIT NUMBER ONE

Wear a simple white tee with a ruffled eyelet sleeve trim paired with cropped pants for your client meetings.  The high waist pants feature a belt for an added chicness to your look and pockets for a relaxed feeling.  Add dainty necklaces for a trendy vibe.  As the day goes by make the look more casual by adding a cropped puff sleeved denim jacket and cute sandals.  This look is so practical when working and managing your home. The key is to create looks that are business causal yet stylish so you can run out to meet your friends.

OUTFIT NUMBER TWO

Wear a knitted olive colored tank with white pants and heels for polished look to meet a potential client over coffee.  Style your hair in a high ponytail or bun for that business ready vibe.  Add a blazer if the meeting is more serious.  Once your business commitments are done add trendy sandals, bucket purse and a hat for a boho look.  The style options are endless when you plan outfits that are versatile!

Plan your outfits ahead by looking at your schedule.  Pick looks that you can easily transform from business summer looks to trendy afternoon style.  If you work from home pick fabrics that are comfy but work ready so your mind knows it’s time for business.

Stay smart & stylish,
Nicole Cosentino
Style Expert & owner of Downtown Chic

 

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