January 04, 2016


Firstly, I'd like to say a massive HAPPY 2016 to you, I hope you all had the best Christmas and New Year! It feels so good to start a fresh new year and I cannot wait to see what this year has to offer. 

I've set myself some personal New Years resolutions as I'm sure most of you have too but I've decided to focus on something less boring than my own goals and aspirations for the year ahead. For the first time ever I've started a new job this New Year so I'd like to share some of my top tips on dressing for the office as we all know how dull that can be!

Whether your organisation has a super corporate dress code or more of a smart/casual vibe, I've picked out some investment pieces to update your look.
Topshop Raw Edge Crombie Coat > Shop Here

Throw this rough edged coat over all your tailored pieces for a cool edge and pair with skinny jeans and a roll neck at weekends. 

Asos Moment of Truth Flat Shoes > Shop Here

Calling all Coco Chanel lovers! These super chic flats will work with tapered trousers and loose dresses when the sun comes out.

Finery Filey Funnel Neck Tunic > Shop Here

Simple yet effective, this funnel neck tunic top has a retro feel but is still suitable for all those important meetings. Style with slicked back hair to show off the lovely detailing.

Asos Premium Stripe Jumpsuit With Wrap Detailing > Shop Now

Who says tailoring needs to be boring? This striped jumpsuit will make all heads turn. Style with heels or boots depending on how formal/informal the dress code is and wear with a black roll neck to beat the chill.

Love Moschino Tote Bag with Heart Detail > Shop Now

Even when working, who can resist some playful heart detailing. This Love Moschino bag is a dream and is big enough to store plenty of everyday essentials such as a purse, makeup bag, a dozen different lipstick shades...the list goes on!

Let me know your thoughts on office dressing in the comments below!

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