Let's face it. As much as we all love fashion sometimes working our style into our career can be a challenge. But learning to be savvy about our style is just another step in becoming a better professional.
Now I like a good pair of heels as much as the next girl and I do enjoy the lift but sometimes aren't a good pair of flats better because they allow you to focus on the task at hand and not a pinched toe or a balancing act?
We think a snazzy pair of flats like these red Bernardos are professional, stylish, and comfy.
I recently watched the Cashmere Mafia preview (thanks to Fabsugar for posting it) and it got me thinking about the wardrobes for these 4 executives. I saw lots of slim dresses, high heels, and white blouses. But the stuff that stuck out for me was the details. And the name? Well I didn't see as many cashmere twinsets as I would have thought. Guess St. John's doesn't need to get in touch with Pat Field huh?
I have recently had a job in which my wardrobe trended much more towards casual clothing. It wasn't that there was no dress code, merely that it wasn't expected that I wear typical professional attire.
Now I am setting out on a journey to get my MBA and part of that process involves learning to give off a professional, polished AND stylish appearance.
But with good suits hard to find, super trendy clothing being office in appropriate, and ever present budgets to curtail my spending I know it will be a challenge.
I hope to spend time in this group with other women who are looking to take their style savvy into the boardroom.