Three Ways to Brighten Up Your Summer Work Wardrobe

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Posted July 10, 2013 by Michele Cocouture in Building Your Brand
Pop of Neon
Left to Right:  1)  Blazer – River Island, Dress – J.Crew, Shoes – Diane Von Furstenberg, Purse – Tory Burch, Nail Polish – Essie Neon Collection 2)  Top – Stella McCartney, Skirt – Tibi, Clutch – Claire Vivier, Shoes – Rupert Sanderson, Cuff – Tory Burch 3)  Top – Mango, Pants – J.Crew, Tote – Victoria Beckham, Wedges – Tory Burch, Sunglasses – Burberry

Summer is a great time to experiment with some new colors in your work wardrobe.  As the days get longer and sunnier it is only fitting that your wardrobe should get brighter too!  Here are three ways to incorporate pops of color into your work wardrobe:
1)  Neon tweed?  Yes please!  This classic tweed shift dress has a twist of neon in it.  If you work in a conservative environment, this would be a great choice under a classic blazer.  If you are daring enough, you can add brightly colored accessories to match.
2)  Stick with black.  But add a print.  If black is your staple and you absolutely cannot get away from it, try a printed colored skirt.  Or even a neutral clutch with pop of color.
3)  Orange you glad it’s Summer!  For a casual day at the office try a printed color pant.  If you stay in the same color family, you can match up different prints very easily.  And don’t forget those shades!
Experiment and have fun.  Adding some color can make you feel more refreshed and energized!


About the Author

Michele Cocouture

Michele is a goal oriented and overachieving career gal, style blogger and artist. She spends her days negotiating acquisitions for a Fortune 500 company. Seeking a creative outlet, Michele combined her business savvy with her love of fashion and started a personal style blog with the goal of inspiring other career women one pencil skirt at a time. Michele holds a Master of Business Administration from UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of British Columbia. Learn more about Michele's style by visiting her blog at http://cocouture.org or you can follow her on https://www.facebook.com/cocouturedotorg

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