Weekend to Workweek (part two)

September 13, 2017   /   byAnh  / Categories :  Feeds

blazer-and-jeans-for-work-11blazer-and-jeans-for-work-2blazer-and-jeans-for-work-3 With a quick swap of my sandals for pumps, my weekend bag for my work tote, and a gray oversized blazer to pull it all together, I’ve gone from weekend to workweek in a hurry.

Workwear wishlisting in classic workwear colors:

But Fall is also about bringing in a pop of color – I’m on the hunt for more red but this moody olive mustard skirt is at the top of my list!

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Blazer – Jones New York (old | similar style in a textured weave for 40% off here and in thicker wool for $200 here)
Top – Rebecca Taylor (here and here)
Jeans – Mother Denim (found it in one size left for 40% off here)
Work tote – Lo & Son’s Seville Tote (here)
Heels – Christian Louboutin (here | similar styles for less priced high to low: herehere and here)
Sunglasses – Linda Farrow (here)

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