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Have you ever found yourself standing in front of your closet on a Monday morning, completely stumped on what to wear to work? We’ve all been there — whether you’re working retail, running to the office, or meeting with clients, every job has specific style staples. Today, our ModStylists styled up three of our very own ModEmployees and got the scoop on what it takes to dress for their specific roles.
Take a gander at the looks below, and be sure to stop by “ModStylist Monday” on Tumblr for more work-ready looks and styling suggestions from the ModStylists!
On Kate: Un-Twill We Meet Again Dress, The Ins and Outside Coat, Bow to Stern Scarf in Sand Dots, Dew Drop By Earrings, Bling It On Ring, Haute du Creme Bag, Be My Lady Heel.
On Sarah: Pencil We Meet Again Skirt, Scholastically Sweet Top, Wishing and Taupe-ing Heels, Graphic Diner Laptop Bag, Kaleidoscopic Style Ring.
On Jeanette: Neapolitan of Your Dreams Dress, Crochet by Me Flat, Through the Wire Headband in Dottie, Exclaim to Fame Ring, In Good Highlight Jacket in Blue, I Bike It Like That Necklace.
Have a styling question of your own? Drop the ModStylists a line at email@example.com or make a date with one today, and soon you’ll be rocking your work wardrobe like a boss!
I’m with Jeanette! This outfit would be super comfy as I run in and out of the retail warehouse.
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Looking good on a Monday, ladies! Even with this dreary weather outside, ModStylists still know how to rock it 🙂
Thanks for the tips, Modstylists!
But I work in a school and I always struggle to know what to wear. I end up looking boring in blouses and trousers because we can’t look casual or sexy, yet we’re not super smart :/
What about knee-length dresses and skirts, with conservative necklines? Perhaps something like this Frames and Fortune Dress (http://www.modcloth.com/shop/dresses/b-frames-and-fortune-dress) with a brightly-colored cardigan (red, pink, mustard, aqua, etc.).
Or a fun blouse (I’ve had my eye on this one: http://www.modcloth.com/shop/blouses/ver-dance-with-me-top) with a classic skirt like the Essential Elegance skirt (http://www.modcloth.com/shop/skirts/essential-elegance-skirt). (That’s totally a go-to skirt for me!)
I totally agree, kate a la mode. Knee length (or modest length) skirts and dresses and conservative necklines are my dreams for a work wardrobe.
Thanks girls. Great ideas! Though that dress is WAY too expensive for my work attire I do love it! I think I do need more fun blouses in my wardrobe!
What about a dress like the Soda Fountain dresses? http://www.modcloth.com/shop/dresses/soda-fountain-dress-in-cola
That’s the black one but there are a few other colours, they’re reasonably priced and you can mix and match them with cute cardigans. They look smart, cute and a little bit different to other dresses AND they cover you up nicely so you’re not inappropriate for the kiddies.
I’m also loving this one at the moment http://www.modcloth.com/shop/dresses/riviera-romance-dress
It covers up the chest, is a bit longer but in no way stuffy or boring.Pair it with smart flats or high heels and you’ll look great 🙂
What about for us hairstylists? I can not tell you how hard it is to find pieces that are classy trendy, fit my fashion sensibilities, are in black, white or grey and at a price point that I wont be upset if they are stained with color or bleach. Its a tough work wardrobe to fill.
this is my small list of things from modcloth that fit the bill. http://www.modcloth.com/storefront/wishlists/616860
I went from working in a law office to working in a publishing house with a VERY casual dress code. I’m still trying to find balance between uber professional and comfortable, yet classy attire. This guide is very helpful – props to covering all aspects of the biz, whichever you’re in. 🙂
I really like your guide. If I could make a suggestion though? Please stock more Emily and Fin clothes. They’re just perfect for work. I’m kicking myself still for missing out on the Good Migrations dress.
I work at a retail store specializing in jeans and while we are recommended to use store jeans (not a problem! I love high quality denim!), I am always on the lookout for jeans-mentality type of casual and cool print tees and tops. Currently I’m seeing oversized and cropped shirts everywhere, but it doesn’t work with my bodytype at all!
I’m sad I also can’t rock a denim jacket, because if I did, I could wear dresses to work. Otherwise it’s just not setting appropriate. 🙁
Keep on rockin’ work wear!
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