In continuation of my yesterday’s post on going against the grain and making your professional look fun, bright and different. I am adding a second picture.
I understand the reservation to wear a really bright cloth to a really reserved professional setting. But, Bright colors have a tendency to make a day brighter. I am speaking from personal experience. Also, have a little fun and even though it is bright keep it SIMPLE!!!! and professional, you don’t want to give the wrong idea. The last thing you want is to be viewed as incompetent. So mix match contrasting colors, one bright and shocking and the other tones down and electrifying.
Since these are bright attentive colors, choose wisely and use in correct hues and shades. The Black shoes was used to put the look together that’s why BLACK is basic.
I contrasted the very bright colored dress with a deep electrifying royal blue. I chose this shade of blue because it is attention grabbing, stylish yet very professional. Surprisingly being that it is an electrifying shade it self. It tones the dress down. As for the bag/purse. I call it chameleon.
Again i did not add jewelry, this is to keep it as simple as possible. Jewelries are mostly won as attention grabbers. But the outfit itself already does that so do not over do it.
Well, I am not sure if anyone is interested in the watch, but if you are it is INVICTA with a pastel purple band
There could be a confusion as to the real color of the dress. I had a debate with my friend whether it was a bright yellow, a neon yellow, a crossbreed between neon yellow and lime green and every other colors in between. Whatever you chose to call it. JUST GO WITH IT.
Dress: THE STYLYST CLOSET
BAG: THE STYLYST CLOSET
BLAZER: THE STYLYST CLOSET
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