Flowers to work with

Welcome to a new start to the week – I hope that you’re all set for a great one! I recently bumped into today’s BusiChic, a former colleague of mine, Anna, when I ducked into the local flower market.

business chic monki coat at the florist

Anna wears a work uniform which she has made chic with an oversized blazer, buttoned-up shirt and accesories.

Anna wears: jacket by Monki (similar style in a check pattern here), glasses are Dita, shoes from Target, earrings by Karen Walker and necklace by Corey and Lyon

button up white shirt necklace layer

Anna personalises her workwear using shoes, nail polish and jewellery. I like her fabulously preppy way of wearing a work uniform: buttoned-up white shirt played up with a quirky but classic necklace.

Annie got flowers

Who got flowers?

It’s been a busy work time so we’ve been filling up our house with flowers that brighten up our space. We both suffer from hay fever so here’s a list of some of the best and worst flowers we’ve found to live and work with!

Hayfever sufferers generally need to avoid pollen but I also need to be weary of heavily-fragranced flowers and dust!

Flowers I can’t work with:

  • Wattle
  • Daisy
  • Poppies – although I LOVE these and try to have some in the house – just away from our desk/sleep/lounging area…
  • Hyacinths, daffodils and lillies – these are quite fragrant so I find that I need to have to place them far away from my desk.

Flowers that I can work with

  • Tulip
  • Iris
  • Sweet Pea
  • Peony
  • Orchid

What flowers do you like to live and work with?

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