Simple classic colors of black and white with a sudden pop of color an a little leather appropriate enough to make you feel like a bad ass while remaining professional.
This might have been posted before, or maybe it is one of those posts i do in my head without realizing it didn’t actually put it down in writing; BUT I LOVE BLAZERS… a some point i think i had an unhealthy obsession with them as i wanted every shade, color, style, texture etc. You name it i wanted it.
I still love them, but now, I have acquired enough to make me realize that i don’t need it all. What matters is how i pair them.
I got a question about the questionable length of the shorts in my install the other day for a professional look. And since i will be repeating that short in this posts look i will give a disclaimer and an answer.
DONT EVER WEAR A BOOTY SHORT TO WORK!!! except if your work place is the strip club, a night club or hooter etc. You know the establishments that allows it.
Personally i have never been a fan of booty shorts, or ridiculously short things. Although this short is shorter than what is usually in the work place, depending on where you work, you can pull it off. It is appropriate enough, that it doesn’t threaten to expose your who-ha!!
Now, if you work in a stiff professional setting, Believe me, you can find a better length fashionable short to substitute. (I will do my best too put a post up, for where and how to find said short
RE-USE THE SHORT FROM THE 3RD POST
RE-USE THE SILK TANK TOP FROM THE 1ST POST
RE-USE SHOES FROM THE LAST POST
The only thing i added new, to completely change the look was a blazer in mustard yellow with a little leather sewn to it. It completes the look
SHORTS: THE STYLYST CLOSET
SILK TANK TOP: NORDSTORM
BLAZERS: OLD CANT REMEMBER WHERE FROM