Styling With Kes Germany – What To Wear To Work This Week

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It is that time of the week again when we have to go through our wardrobes to pick out outfits for the new week. If you are like me, the struggle sometimes to find a piece that you didn’t wear last week is real.

Here are a couple of outfit ideas for work this week. Remember you do not need to work with the same colors or pieces. These are just ideas to help you make your own ‘work perfect’ outfits.

  • Tailored Blazers are a basic wardrobe staple. Every lady needs a tailored blazer in black or white (or even both). They can be switched from corporate to casual within a few minutes by switching up one or more pieces of your outfit.

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Style a basic white blazer with black leather look pants or jeans and a casual bralet or tank top. Dress up the look with a statement handbag like this gorgeous ‘Padlock Gg Supreme’ Tote Bag by Gucci. Complete the look by throwing on a pair of black pumps and minimal black jewelry.

  • Jumpers are perfect for a more Business Casual look. If you’re already in a festive mood, you would love this Dorothy Perkins Oat Sequin Reindeer Jumper. What better time to rock this for work than two weeks before Christmas. At least this will get your colleagues who are still in full work mode to relax a little.

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Rock this festive jumper with a basic black pencil skirt. Pull the look together with a pair of open toe buckle strap sandals and a matching handbag. Add a pair of reading glasses to help remind you it isn’t quite Christmas yet.

Which look would you recreate this week? Comment below and let me know what outfit ideas you would love to see next.

 

 

 

 

 


Kes Germany is a UK- based stylist and designer. She creates style sets to show ‘What To Wear’ and ‘How To Wear’ on  her Instagram page, @Kestylefashion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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