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Friday Work Wear (Part 2)

The final look in my Work Wear Week has a casual Friday feel but wouldn’t be out of place any other day of the week – depending where you work of course, and the accessories you chose to accompany said outfit. I first featured these Crepe Harem Pants by Kirrily Johnston in my Coveting series and am seriously considering parting with the $ to secure them as my own. I love the crepe fabric of the pants and of course the colour was instantly appealing to me. Also, they are the type of pant that would work all year round with different styling options: a leather jacket and a knit sweater in the winter and a plain tee and some sandals in the summer. (If it sounds like I’m talking myself into them, it’s because I totally am.)

To keep the outfit from being too casual, I have paired the pants with this River Island Black Longline Double Brested Waistcoat. I’m a sucker for anything double brested and the longline is so flattering, especially with the baggier pants. Peeking through the waistcoat, I have chosen this white T by Alexander Wang which on first glance looks like a plain white tee shirt but upon closer inspection, has a cute cut out back detail and sateen panels.

To wind down the week and finish off the look, I chose a classic pair of Chloe Contrast ballet flats in a blush pink with a twist in the heel detail and a little bit of height. While not a traditional colour match, the khaki of the pants and the pink in the flats seems to work together and keeps the overall look from being too dark. I have included this Nancy Gonzalez crocodile ipad case which will keep you looking chic, even between meetings.

Friday Work Wear (Part 2)

A casual but chic look to end this Work Wear Week and a great outfit to start the weekend – whether it is a low key dinner and a movie or swapping out the flats for some heels and heading out for a few drinks.

 

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**I would love to know what you thought of the Work Week series and if you had any other looks you would like me to create, so feel free to leave a comment or send me an email!**

 

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