Work Outfits-Lunch Meeting @ Fig & Olive
Style tips for work outfits.
- Finding great work outfits in the cold winter months can be a challenge. Especially when it comes to finding a pair of stylish black pants. The Diane von Furstenberg ‘Joan’ Pant is a great find and an essential item for any well-edited wardrobe. The fabric is a stretch crepe which can be worn year round and the flared leg adds an extra element of style. The beauty of this fabrication, which has a slight sheen, is that you can dress them up for an evening out. Pair them with a suede pump and a sleeveless embellished top and head for the latest and greatest restaurant.
- Depending on where you work, a statement sweater can take the place of a blazer. This statement sweater from Tory Burch does just that (and it’s on sale)! Its tapestry inspired design combined with the fringe trim makes it a real stand out. For those living in the harsher elements try layering it over a turtleneck as shown below. For the more fashion savvy see how it’s styled on the runway with this embellished blue skirt, another bottom option.
- No doubt wearing a hat takes confidence. However, they can be a necessity in the cold winter months. Why not up your fashion game with fedora? In an instant your entire style will be transformed. This wool felted hat from Rag & Bone has a 2.75″ medium size brim which is flattering on most face shapes. Since it is a wool blend hat it will add warmth and look chic. We show it here as part of the outerwear ensemble however this hat can just as easily work with your weekend outfit. Try it with a pair of rolled up jeans, ankle boots, and a v-neck sweater for a not-so-boring Saturday afternoon look.
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Diane von Furstenberg’s ‘Joan’ Pants, TORY BURCH Wool-blend Sweater, SPLENDID Supima Cotton & Micro Modal-blend Turtleneck Top, HARRIS WHARF LONDON Wool-Felt Coat, STUART WEITZMAN Ankle Boot, RAG & BONE Floppy-Brim Fedora, Deux Lux Rivington Pouch, Smith & Cult’s ‘Stockholm Syndrome’ Nail Polish