MONDAY WALK

This post is actually what I wrote for our company’s blog. It is about work outfit style inspiration for the ever shifting weather. I will post the part two soon!

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If it’s raining, I do recommend you to wear black pants. Why? because during rainy days they hide splashes from puddles, they can be rolled up to your ankles if need be, and they can be comfortably tucked into boots.  Black always shows elegance and formality which is also appropriate for office attire. Wear long sleeves or just any top with collar then a blazer (optional) as your outerwear.

For the shoes, I recommend a rubber-soled footwear because it grips better in the wet. I decided to wear boots in this outfit because it can never go wrong on rainy days. Try some of these  ankle-bootie styles to better transition from rain to shine!

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H&M Boots || Forever 21 Pants || Unica Hija Top

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 http://lookbook.nu/look/7687872-H&M-Chelsea-Boots-Forever-21-Black-Pants-Monday-Walk

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4 thoughts on “MONDAY WALK

  1. Really love the color combination of your top along with your blazer ❤
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