1.31.2019

A Layered Wear to Work Look


I just have to say that this may be my favorite wear to work look I've ever posted about on the blog!! And I've had some good ones... just something about this looks makes me feel like the coolest person in the world lol


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Ralph Lauren: Wool Camel Coat (on sale; cheaper option here) / J. Crew: Regent Blazer / J. Crew: Super Soft Turtleneck / Cece: White Straight Legs Pants / Sam Edelman: Hazel Nude Pumps / Chanel: Kelly Quilted Bag

If you guys remember, I styled these pants last week here on the blog and we (collectively) loved them! Myself, so much so that I wanted to style another look with them and this may not be the last time. Do you guys like when I restyle pieces? I have a feeling you're about to see a lot of it coming soon!

About this look: this is the look/style I would imagine some really cool girl working at a high powered job in Midtown would wear. She obviously has great, classic style and considers navy a neutral. LOL thats just what I think of --- I feel like this look is pulled right out of a pinterest image that is captioned "wear to work goals."

Like I said in last weeks post, I feel like I would love a place that is business formal so I could find and wear outfits like this all the time... but I do love me some jeans. So it's a tough decision (that I'm obviously imposing on myself seeing as I don't have a job currently lol).

ANYWAY, I love these pants. I'm wearing a size 6 and I'm normally between a 6 or 8 in pants and they are not see through at all (I've checked). I'm 5'6 and with a normal heel, they fall rightttt to the floor. Honestly I could do with getting them hemmed a little because they flap around when I walk but for now it's not too bothersome!

As for the rest of the look, pairing it with some of my favorite go-to pieces: the best turtleneck, my favorite blazer, the chicest jacket and some nude pumps. You just can't go wrong!


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