Editor's Picks: Blushing Power

Editor's Picks: Blushing Power

Go the distance in these power outfits for the working woman.

By Christie Sutherland | 7th April 2016

Editor's Picks: Blushing Power fashion picks clothes outfits pink
1. Local Heroes Dress $89, Staple The Label

Nothing beats a bit of arm peeking out of a dress. Keep it subtle in the workplace but remember your feminine appeal.

2. Sahara Neck Tie $30, Lyla & Bo

Noting says confidence like a neck tie. This trend can take a boring business shirt to the next level and add a spark of personality.

3. Philosophy Amazing Grace Fragrance $60, Mecca Cosmetica

Make your new scent a showstopper by choosing something unique and straying away from the usual branded fragrance.

4. Sibil Skirt $450, AJE

Make the blush pop with a dark contrasting print to spice things up. Breaking boundaries is always fun.

5. Layred Lace and Camisole Top $89.95, Zara

Layering up doesn’t just mean grabbing a jumper. Simple light layers on Queensland’s warmer winter days will still give you a sense of that cool sophistication.

6. MSGM Tie Fastening Culottes $318.64, Far Fetch

You can never have too many pairs of free-flowing culottes in your wardrobe. Heels or flats, casual or dressy – a nude pair ticks all the boxes.

7. A-line lyocell-blend dress $79.95, H&M

Play with texture and sheer and solid fabrics this season. Pair a boho dress with a boyfriend blazer to kick start a new workplace trend.

8. Gentle Monster Black Sheep Sunglasses $320.54, Shopbop

When buying a pair of shades, it’s always important to make sure they enhance your outfit in the work world. A simple but bold shape is a major asset.

9. Elysium Necklace $330, By Baby

Delicate and fun, an outfit with this statement cosmic necklace will be truly out of this world.

10. Nakita Nude Stretch Boot $199.95, Tony Bianco

Step away from the basic boot and inject some fun into your winter wardrobe! The sex appeal of the shine will work wonders this season.

 

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Article by Christie Sutherland

Christie Sutherland is a former editor of Style Magazines. To her, limits are there to be pushed and there is always a time for polka dots and a piccolo. Do it with love or not at all, that’s all.