Hello my Lovelies!
Today, I want to discuss and share work attire outfits. This time though, I’m partnering with Betabrand, a company dedicated to making your work clothes more comfy and chic.
Often times, finding a way to look good, feel good, and dress appropriately for work can be a disaster. Luckily, the fashion industry is starting to catch up by bringing women stylish, up-to-date looks with a cozy undertone. We’ve made it the point where even heels have become more comfortable!
In my opinion, a job is one of the only instances where you don’t always get the opportunity to dress for yourself. However, clothing companies like Betabrand are changing all of that by creating comfortable pieces, while still maintaining a proper dress code for so many work environments. Namely, Betabrand has come up with these genius styles of yoga pants that are not only comfortable, but pretty cute too. Check out their women’s pants page for some innovative bottoms.
I also want to quickly mention that Betabrand is a crowd funded company. Their clothing is co-designed by fans, for their fans, which is an absolutely amazing concept.
For my take on cozy work attire, I wanted to show you all a more casual look accompanied by something a little more fancy, maybe for when you’ve got a big meeting with your girl power team. Contrary to what so many people say, “dressing up” in a skirt and heels can be incredibly comfortable. On the other hand, dress pants and flats are incredibly classy and fool proof. Either way, you can’t go wrong.
I hope everyone has an absolutely wonderful spring break, assuming that’s coming up for most of you. Also, don’t forget, it’s women’s history month! Celebrate all the #girlbosses in your life!
Outfit 1 (left):
Sweater – Forever 21
Skirt – New Look
Tights – Mossimo
Shoes – Topship
Outfit 2 (right):
Sweater – Madewell
Pants – The Limited
Shoes – Michael Kors
Disclaimer: I will never edit my pictures in a way that misrepresents my natural weight and body-type. All views expressed are my own. This post was not paid for.