getting down to business in 2020, and that means dressing the part. So, we hit
the streets here at The Market Common to gather a few on-the-job looks that
will turn heads at the office. Let’s just say we did all the work for you!
impress by keeping it simple. Start with a light cotton pant, and then layer,
brighten and soften with any of J. Jill’s solid or print cotton shirts and
tunic cardigans. Accessorize with bling and step foot into flats or a pair of
pretty block-heel sandals when the weather warms to put a little “spring” in
looks for your work wardrobe at: J.Jill, 3079 Howard Ave. For more info, visit www.jjill.com.
Cassie Barker, style expert and store manager at White
House Black Market recommends these handful of
key items for a starter “capsule” closet that you can interchange for both work
and casual lifestyles. She says it’s ideal to work up to 20 items, but you can
work up to that promotion. From the timeless suiting blazer to the single pleat
shell blouse to the slim pants to the faux wrap boot skirt and dot-print sheath
dress, they all work and mingle together in quality, versatility and style.
the style professionals suggest a dress code for the office that’s somewhere
between working hard and hardly working. Pair a pinstripe jacket and classic
white button-down that’s on board for the conference room just as much as they are
for happy hour with blue jeans, heels and bling.
look for your work wardrobe at: Chico’s, 4000 Howard Ave. For more info, visit www.chicos.com.