March 04, 2012

What to Wear to Work

I have been thinking about adding another feature to my blog for some time now, but I just never acted on it.  After talking to some family members and some friends, they encouraged me to go forward with this new feature.  I’ve enjoyed my blog so much over the past year and a half, but I’ve always felt like something has been missing.  I truly want to contribute to the fashion blogging community in some way and I feel that this series will do just that. I wanted to create a post that will address the needs of other working women like me.  As much as I love checking out my favorite New York City and Los Angeles based bloggers, their extremely well put together pattern mixing and high-end designer fashions just doesn’t work for my everyday look.  During the week I struggle each morning and ask myself the same post-alarm question each morning: "What am I going to wear to work today?" For me when I dress for the office, I have to consider a number of things:  is this look appropriate; do I look professional; is my skirt too short, is this feminine; is this look distracting.  I’ve mentioned before in previous posts that I work in a pretty conservative job that requires me to wear suits to work.  For at least three days out of the week, I’m usually wearing a suit and the other two days, I’m dressed in business casual attire.  I can wear jeans some Fridays, as long as I’m not in a meeting or training.

So everyone, if there is any topic that you want to talk about or if you have any questions about fashionable office clothing, please contact me at  I can’t wait to get started!
xoxo Natasha

1 comment:

  1. I'm lucky that I am in a business cas to cas work environment most of the time. However, when I go to trade shows, it's typically in all business attire. And I always feel weird in a full suit so I always try to break it up by wearing separates - seems like a way to inject a little more personality and less formality into it. I'd love to get more ideas on how to be business appropriate and professional but still be fun!


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