When the budget won’t stretch to a whole new work wardrobe try a mini reboot instead. You’ll be amazed at just how many outfits you can create with a few new pieces.
Revamp the humble black pant. Look for things like ankle zips, a cuffed hem, a sateen trim or embossed fabric. This will add a touch of personality and edge while also being easy to wear and combine.
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A black pair of shoes is a ‘no-brainer’ but an embellished pair is a little more unexpected. While a bold colour can be a bit hard to wear every day a not-so-subtle detail is a lot more wearable and can really ‘make’ an outfit.
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The versatility of a print dress means you can soften it with a plain top and blazer to mimic a skirt or you can wear it on its own with knee high boots, ankle booties or heels.
TIP: A shirt-dress style offers even more versatility to wear open, over pants, or as a dress.
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The relaxed style of this shirt makes it easy to wear and the crossover detail allows you to go bold underneath with a striped singlet or sequined cami. The deep V neckline also means you can showcase an amazing necklace or skinny tie neck scarf.
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A tailored jacket will always flatter your frame particularly when wearing a tunic or shirt dress. For maximum impact step outside the box with your colour choice.
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A longline vest will offer you more versatility if you find coats too hot and they also help to add interest to an otherwise plain look.
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The tassel style of necklace is timeless and goes with everything. Delicate and minimal this style works well with an open neckline and easily transitions for a night-out.
TIP: Instead of a necklace try a skinny neck-tie.
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