Friday, September 20, 2013


The Look: The edgy material can make an appearance on the office floor when paired with the right pieces. The Key: The clean lines of a bright button-down add just the right amount of polish to a full or pencil skirt.

The Look: A family of neutral knits is an excellent alternative to a traditional suit.
The Key: Play with varying lengths, but cinch those drapey fabrics with a belt!

The Look: Head-to-toe white works for the beach and the office when armed with the right fit. The Key: Keep the pieces polished, tailored, and crisp (anything too flowing will take on a Hamptons aesthetic), and either tuck or belt to keep fabric in line.

The Look: Tried-and-true monochromatic always works, but a little detail offers a twist on the classic. The Key: Add something: a brooch, a statement necklace, an accent detail on the shirt, to elevate the classic pairing.

The Look: Print-on-print can work from 9 to 5 if it's in a more conservative silhouette. The Key: Go for an outfit that's busy in pattern but not in color. A uniform white or neutral background grounds multiple prints and gives them a cohesiveness.

The Look: A jacket and blazer never looked so...chic.
The Key: A cropped trouser cut and emblazoned T-shirt give the traditional suit a whole new spin.

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