Behind every successful woman, is a tribe of other women who have her back.” ~ Unknown

Beginning this Wednesday, I would be posting one formal/work outfit on my blog for a month which means a total of four different formal looks for you guys to look forward to. My aim would be to focus on easy to create work outfits that are subtle yet not boring and could also be transitioned to a post-office look.

So without any further ado, let’s talk about the first one.

Pencil skirts are a timeless formal wear and there’s hardly anytime you could go wrong with them. But what I loved about this one is the pleated details of the skirt and the fabric belt that came with it. Also, the subtle green colour is both great for office wear while bringing a tad change from the usual boring formal colours.

Instead of plain silk / cotton blouses or shirts, I opted for a striped Bershka shirt with contrasting colours to the skirt.  I paired the outfit with a brown pair of block heels, also from Bershka (bought these from Bershka when I visited US in August). If you’re not comfortable wearing high heels to office, I would suggest kitten heels or block heels in mid height as they are easier on the feet; however, I strongly feel heels should not be protocol for office and one should be allowed to wear flat ballerinas to office as per their comfort.

To finish off the look, I wore my gold watch and a beige / taupe coloured messenger bag. I always opt for bags which also have a sling belt attached to it so that it is easier to carry them post work too.

Also, I am wearing a rose gold round small stud as the only jewelry piece in my look.

Skirt: Ajio (Buy here) | Shoes & Shirt: Bershka | Bag: Zara

I hope you guys liked the first one in the #WorkWearWednesdays series and I look forward to hearing from you in the comments section below. I will be posting three more in this series every Wednesday, so stay tuned for that!

Until next time,

Stay stylish, stay fabulous,

Reitu ♥


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