Hope you all have been having a great day!
|Pants: The Limited (Sold out on-line; Similar here)
Blouse: New York & Company (Similar here)
|Pants: The Limited (old; Similar may be available in stores)
Blouse: The Limited (Available here)
Like many of you, I’ve been house-bound all weekend and will continue to be so tomorrow as I’m stuck in a near-record Midwestern snowfall. As most of us in the U.S. are facing harsh blizzard-like snow and extreme temperatures, I’ve been thinking about ways to warm up and stay cheerful through the winter.
|Jacket: LOFT Petites
Snow is beautiful, but I’m not much of a cold weather gal. If you’re a winter lover, this may not make much sense to you, but for me, months of little to no sunshine makes me feel down in the dumps. I often rely on my wardrobe to get me through the worst of it.
|Blazer: New York & Company Petites (Similar here)
Tank: Old Navy Petites (Similar here)
After the fun of holiday glitz and glam, I usually turn to pretty spring colors and interesting details to boost my spirits. One of my most frequent work looks involves black pants with an ivory/white blouse and brightly colored jacket.
|Necklace: The Limited (Available here)|
I look for blouses in delicate fabrics with black trims and details to keep the look more intentional than a basic black pants/white blouse combo. Accessories also help tie the individual pieces together to create a more cohesive look.
|Bracelets: Torrid and The Limited (Available here and here)|
|Tote: The Limited
Boots: Fergalicious by Fergie (Available here)
|Heels: Target (Available here)|
The pops of springy colors give the outfits a happy feel while still being winter appropriate and warm.
Do you have a cold weather work uniform?