Corporate Casual


Who said casual Friday has to be executed in jean form? For me, I like taking on denim to end the work week, but in a more unexpected way. A denim jacket has that laid back feel, especially when paired with a graphic tee (like I have done). Polish comes into fruition in the details – so don’t skimp on a great bag, lipstick and heels.

As with all of fashion, your 9-to-5 style should be in balance. Have a casual T-shirt? Try dressing it up with your go-to pencil skirt. Or, take your favorite blouse and put it with soft printed pants (like in today’s outfit). A juxtaposition is what keeps your look fresh and unexpected, and to me, that is the exact definition of personal style.







Gap Denim Jacket (similar) // Sabine T-Shirt via Piperlime (sold out, similar) // Old Navy Pants // Karen Walker ‘Super Duper’ Inspired Sunnies // Italian Bag (similar here) // Charles David Heels via Nordstrom Rack (identical) // Stella & Dot ‘Eden’ Studs // Karl Lagerfeld Watch // Susie Raine Bow Bracelet c/o // Stella & Dot ‘Amelie’ Braclet // Shop Prima Donna Cage Ring (sold out, same one) c/o // Shop Prima Donna Chevron Midi Ring c/o // Lips: ‘Patina’ by Stila // Nails: ‘Really Red’ by Essie

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  1. Love the pants & shoes! 🙂

  2. Great casual look!
    I found your blog through Coffee Beans & Bobby Pins – so glad to be a new follower!

    • Thank you Rebecca! I’m glad to have you following along 🙂


  3. WAiSTEDD Wrote:

    We love this look!!! The pants paired with the tshirt are perfect!!!! Really really gorgeous!

  4. Love the bag! and the look! 🙂


  5. Love this style! So casual yet super put together!

  6. missjaybe Wrote:

    Hey! great post.. the photos are great! love the look! I’m Jodie and I’m very interested in fashion and style <3 I think you would like my posts, I would really love a follow back! Thanks! xx

    • Hi Jodie,

      Thank you so much. I will check out your blog but I don’t follow for a follow.


  7. Kennith Wrote:

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    • Hi,

      That’s currently what I’m using but I’ve been considering self-hosting for a while now.