Sunday, February 5, 2017

4 Trends to Take into Your Office Wardrobe

In 2017, I'm committing to bringing you more corporate chic looks and career relates posts. I'll be sharing what I wear to work plus the lessons I've learned along the way. Today I'm sharing with you that my office style mirrors my every day style – trendy, fun, and chic. I always work to incorporate trends into both  my personal every day and office wear style.

Here are 4 trends I’ve added into my corporate wardrobe:

1. The Mock Turtleneck:  
I love how the mock turtleneck-line is appropriate both in the office and on the weekends. This mock-turtleneck blouse is feminine and fun. I absolutely love the perforated material and all of the ruffled textures of this blouse!

2. Pastel Colors: 
Blush, lilacs, and periwinkles are coming strong at the start of 2017. These colors are perfect to match the coolness of winter and also perfect to match the start of spring. I’ve started a sweater collection of pastel colors and I’m also extending this trend into my office wear wardrobe with blouses and accessories. This blush purse is perfect for the office and everyday style!

3. Block Heels: 
 Yes yes yes to this more comfortable heel! My favorite thing about these feels is the two tone tan and black colors. These Nine West heels give me all the chic Chanel vibes without that Chanel price tag.

4. Flared Pants: 
The 70s trend has finally hit my corporate wardrobe with these fun pair of black slacks. I absolutely love the peplum/flared feature of these pants! I have so many pairs of skinny/straight black slacks so adding this pair of slacks to my work wardrobe was absolutely refreshing.

If you have any specific questions when it comes to building or adding to your office wardrobe, please let me know! I’ll continue to share what trends and how-to-styles for both office wear and everyday looks into 2017.

Outfit Details:
Mock Turtle Neck Blouse - Zara
Flared Black Pants - Zara
Blush Purse - Kate Spade
Block Heels - Nine West 

Thank you for reading!

Photos: Holly Phan  

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