5 WAYS TO WEAR WHITE WORK...
Hello working ladies! I was overwhelmed with the feedback from my first “work wear” styling post last month featuring the animal print skirt! I didn’t realize how much you all would enjoy the post. Along with how beneficial it seemed to show how to wear a specific work wear item 5 different ways. But thank you!!
I’ve always wanted this blog to be a combination of my personal style and how to inspire other ladies like me to get creative with their wardrobe. I think this is the first series where that’s actually happening! Most of you know I’ve been an entrepreneur for the last 9 years, so I do know what it’s like to have to dress the part. Believe me… I had a few male clients who wouldn’t give me the time of day unless I looked like a put together work professional. Even though I never thought they should judge me based off of my style… However, I do understand how important it is to look your best so you can put your best foot forward.
This month I wanted to accept the challenge on how to style white work pants 5 different ways! We are heading into spring so I thought these white wide leg pants with the black stripe were the perfect transitional piece to add to your wardrobe. NOTE: You could wear any of these outfits with solid white work pants!
WHITE WORK PANTS
Okay sooooo which outfit is your favorite?! I had a hard time choosing which was my favorite this time around… I actually really really love the yellow floral top for a “walking into spring” look. Once again, I did stick to a more neutral palette with these pants because they stand out on their own.
I definitely think a printed blouse looks good with these white work pants and you can’t go wrong with a leopard print top right now (or anything leopard for that matter). It’s literally EVERYWHERE! Just don’t over accessorize with a bold pant and printed top.
You new I’d keep solid black in the mix, but I really really liked the monochromatic look with the black and white camisole! Obviously at work I’d keep on the black blazer, but if you were headed to happy hour after then ditch it… And every woman could use a good white cami in their closet.
Lastly, a good black or white blazer would easily work with this outfit but what about a subtle plaid blazer?? Yep, as soon as I saw it I loved the idea. I think this look might be the most “professional” out of the 5 outfits. But what do you think?!