“Thou shalt get her own money”
That’s why I get my tail up every morning and grind like my life depends on it, because my life does depend on it. So ladies let’s slay this Monday and everyday in this work week. And because I love you all and I want you ladies to have an amazing week I decided to take the load off and give you some work week fashion inspiration.
Here are few looks that I wore last week, which were office approved and fashion fabulous. The best part, the looks were also budget friendly. I wore an aqua blue Black Label by Evan-Picone Dress from J C Penney, that I scored for just under $7. It was regularly priced at $72. It’s now on sale for $50.
The dress features fun Ruffles and side ruching. It’s figure-flattering, but it’s still chic. It comes in a navy blue, black sequin, and a beautiful coral color.
I kept the bright colors going all week long. The next day I wore a fabulous find from my favorite thrift store. It’s by designer Eliza J.
After doing a little digging, I found out this brand is sold at Nordstrom and retails from anywhere between $100-$200. Certainly, I caught a deal when I spent less than $10 on mine. Here’s to this red hot number with flirty sleeves.
I also a grabbed this gorgeous fuchsia dress that was also thrifted. This dress is by Muse, which is carried at department stores like belk. This color popped on television and it’s so stinking cute. Don’t you love the ruffle hemline?
I also played with print this week. I wore this floral on floral look that I told you all about HERE.
Everyone loved it, but thought it was dress. Not quite people. It’s a zip front skirt and a matching cowl neck top. The bold print and vibrant colors scream spring. I snagged both pieces from J C Penney’s clearance rack back in January.
Last week I was also spotted in leopard. This dress is all kinds of perfect. First, it fits like a glove. Second, the print is everything. I mean who doesn’t love an animal print? Third, it was budget friendly. This Tahari dress is another thrift store find. After searching the internet I found out this dress is called the “Janine” and originally priced at $178. I paid $12.
The sleeveless sheath dress features a fitted bodice, wide inset waist and front pockets. Pockets, people, pockets! Perfect, right?
I think the fuchsia flirty dress and the sexy leopard sheath are my favorites. I received the most compliments when I wore the pretty blue dress though.
Ladies, which look did you love? If you want to recreate any of these office appropriate looks, just click the picture below and shop each look.