What’s In Your Closet?

Refashion
Your Wardrobe 

Each year summer comes to an end and with it your more lighthearted summer work wardrobe. While you could go out and purchase an entirely new fall work wardrobe, there are a few pieces that can help maximize your existing wardrobe and make that transition from summer to fall seamlessly.


When You’re Put Together
You Are More Productive

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Whether your workplace is casual or professional, you can always look polished. 

Pants or a dress? Both can be super flattering. The key is to wear a size that fits. Sound silly?  Believe it or not, most people wear the wrong size. It doesn’t matter what size you are or the ‘number’ sewn into your clothes. You will look and feel great if the fit is right! Make sure your clothing drapes comfortably to ensure that you can sit, stand, or bend without splitting seams!


Dressing Well
Gives You Confidence

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Skirts & dresses are key looks this fall. Try a pencil skirt or an A-line with pockets. If pants are more your style-both tapered & wide legged are trending.

So many workplaces are casual these days. No matter the dress code, take pride in your look. Some key pieces that can be repurposed from the summer can easily transition into fall-Chambray shirts, black leggings (not the same pair you wear to the gym, please), pencil skirts, short bomber jackets or cropped blazers, white shirts, structured handbags, nude single-soled heels, & flat mules.


Casual Or Professional
Go With The Flow

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Use what you have, and add a few key pieces. Make sure to include layers in different fabrics to stay comfortable during the changing season.

 

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Johanna

Born and raised as an East Coast New Yorker, Johanna spent her youth and early adulthood as an Elite model, working with national brands - Christian Dior, Ray Ban, ABS by Allen Schwartz, XOXO, Esprit, Gap, Anne Cole, Warners, Macy's, Bugle Boy, Michael Kors, Giorgio di Sant'Angelo, Dressbarn, DKNY and Ann Taylor. Johanna has spent the last 15 years in marketing and advertising and is the Chief Marketing Officer for OTBblue and Nebraska Crossing Outlets.

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