One Outfit, Two Ways: Work Edition


I recently bought these amazing Vintage Gianfranco Ferre Cropped Tuxedo Pants and I couldn’t help but show you at least two ways to wear them.  So, today, here is the first of two ways to wear the exact same top and blouse: The Work Edition.

I am a big proponent of being comfortable while working.  This is probably because in my line of work, I find myself doing everything from styling to running around the city to taking 30 minutes to hop on my laptop to throw up a blog post at a random cafe.  While my atypical line of work allows for significantly more creative freedom than most, I think todays outfit could be worn to most work places in the city.  The silk printed blouse is by Clover Canyon and features a gorgeous semi-open back.  For the more conservative workplace, you can throw on a black camisole underneath to avoid any risk of showing skin.  I paired a gorgeous, two-toned leather jacket over the outfit.  I am obsessed with this jacket; it works over pants as well as it does mini-dresses.

Because I have a creative job, I often wear hats to work, but the outfit works just as well without it. The yellow-feathered hat I chose is vintage and matches perfectly with my mustard yellow sandals from Emporio Armani.  I am wearing simple clip earrings from the 80’s to match my beaded necklace I got at the famous Bazaar in Istanbul and the geometric bracelet from Forever 21. The snakeskin clutch can be thrown into your carry-all to make it easy head straight to happy hour after work. :)

Outfit Details:

Leather Jacket: Anveglosa

Blouse: Clover Canyon

Pant: Vintage Gianfranco Ferre

Hat: Vintage

Necklace: From Istanbul Street Market

Earrings: Vintage

Bracelet: Forever 21

Rings: (Top) Forever 21 (Bottom) Rachel Zoe

Clutch: Intermix

Shoe: Emporio Armani


Photography by: Chris Knight,; Styling by: Karen Weaver, 





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