Did you wear a choker back in the 90s? I think I must have at least tried one on but the visual “cut-off” at the neck did not suit me very much. This is just one of the reasons why I’m much appreciating today’s BusiChic Sarah who is rocking some 90s inspired pieces in such a flattering way that it’s made me consider what elements I could work myself! Sarah works in Advertising where she says that the dresscode “is pretty creative and casual, so my clothes are pretty sporadic made up of some fancy things and some op shop.”
For those in more conservative workplaces, this might be an ideal outfit for casual day or work events. If you don’t have the freedom to fully rock a mid-driff, this post I wrote earlier showing ways to layer in crop tops into workwear might be useful.
Like Sarah’s style? I pressed her for a few more details:
What do you wear:
(1) day in the office: leather jacket printed pants matching top
(2) important meetings: a structured jacket, silk shirt, pleated high waisted pants
(3) your desk-to-drink chic outfit: shorts and a crop top and chunky shoes
What are some of your favourite labels for workwear?
Recommend us a venue for a work lunch!
I love how Sarah has worked the season’s culottes into her work outfit. As an already-shorter person myself I haven’t been drawn to the style as this “long short” will make me look even shorter but I have to say that they are great for those of you who are taller as an alternative to have to skirts and recently worked a culotte jumpsuit for local label Micky In The Van – never say never 😉