How are you guys? I still have to wear black to work until October so it is definitely a challenging task. Yes, black is very classic. But if you have to wear it everyday for over a period of 6 months and more 6 six months to go, you start to feel overwhelmed by it. Black is classic but very boring for wearing it on daily basis. How I can make my dress code look chick, classic, fun and professional is very challenging.
Today I decided to wear my black culottes from Oasis and black lace top from G2000. Lace is fragile and revealing a bit of my fresh so it doesn’t look too dull. Now I don’t need much of accessories but colour on me so I chose a blue Dolce Gabbana purse and Ninewest heels.
Gotta run to the meeting now. Have a good and productive day to you all.
I bought this black long vest from Ipekyol, Turkish brand, last month. I like the design of having a light violet pearl pin attached the two sides of the front part together instead of buttons. I however wonder how and what I can pair it with. A few days ago, my formal boss sent me a lace short dress which matches perfectly well with it.
For a professional look, dark colours seem to be appropriate especially in my career field of work. Since we are instructed to wear black to mourn for our late king for a year, black dress is a must staple of our everyday work attire. I love lace and realise that many of my clothes have some lace deco on. This dress is a lovely piece with part of lace deco on both sleeves and bottom half. For 30 Euro for this dress I am quite satisfied with its quality.
I love this classic YSL handbag and have an eye on it for a long time. Mostly it will not be on sale since it is classic and timeless but yeah finally I got it from Sak Fifth in Bahrain with 60% reduction on price tag. How could I say no. I have a 10″ classic Chanel handbag which is too small for my stuff and the jumbo size is too big for my figure. This YSL is a proper size for me. Love it.
This pair of heels are from Matalan shop in Muscat. Love light warm grey tone of them.
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