Work Classics: The 3 Essentials
Posted on 01 May 2016
We have picked up these 3 essentials which we think should be your work classics if they haven't already are! I'm not sure about you, but we sure have our fair share of troubles thinking of what to wear to work every single day. From our perspective, work outfits should never be sloppy, and boring. Hah! We look for structures in our daily work ensembles. Clean cuts are important, so is the ability to mix and match with other pieces of clothes in our closet. If without the ability to mix and match, it would not be as valuable, since we won't be wearing it often.
Cavella is our first choice at the moment! A plain, solid coloured top with beautifully structured peplum ruffles, and all the darts located at their rightful position. Easily matched with most of the bottoms - skirts, pants, shorts. Nevertheless, we try pairing it with a slimmer bottom due to the flare of the peplum. A classic peplum top almost never goes wrong in an work ensemble, level of professionalism is just nice. What's more, the gentle pastel palette will never get you off the wrong foot with your colleagues! ;)
All hail palazzo pants! Well, we have been in a state of loving the palazzo pants -- the wide-legged creature. This seems like just the tailored pants for you! For flare bottoms, definitely, go with the slimmer top. Fit then flare; flare then fit. Always the rule of thumb when matching different items together. This is so much more applicable when you have to look presentable. Still, 3 colours for you to choose from! We had a hard time choosing our favourite because all 3 colours seem really essential for the different looks we like to achieve!
And finally, the playsuit with the midi-length. This must be the simplest outfit to wear -- no top to match the bottom, no need to think so much. This is potentially one of the reasons Webly made the list! A sweetheart neckline that still covers makes it a modest and modern piece to wear for work. You may want to add a pop of colour to your neutral ensemble, or just let it remain neutral for the day.