Spring/Summer can be a little more difficult when it comes to the work place. I have so many clients that contact me around this time, concerned about their wardrobe for work. They want to look professional, yet they don’t want to have to resort to wearing a suit during the hotter months.
I know personally myself, working in Qantas Corporate for a few years that dressing for work can sometimes be a painful process. Certain hemlines are not appropriate and straps that are too thin are not allowed either… Allot of the time we need to have two serparate wardrobes, one for your personal lifestyle and one for ‘Work’!!
I love this little Mint collection from David Lawrence, is Perfect for Work. DL know how to create the perfect attire for the Modern Classic wardrobe. Straps are thicker, hemlines are longer, they have gorgeous little light weight blazers and matching accessories to complete the look… in a fantastic array of colours and reasonable price point!
With Spring/Summer fashion starting to hit our shores and stores, there’s a new trend in fashion that’s making a big hit…Monochromatic!!!
Monochromatic is all about creating your whole outfit in one colour!!!
As seen on A-list celebs like Gwyneth Paltrow, Rihanna and Heidi Klum and on almost every Spring/Summer runway show overseas. But you don’t have to be an A-lister or have a trust fund to afford this rich look. All it takes is a keen eye and a love of color to pull it off.
The possibilities are endless when it comes to wearing this trend, it works in virtually every shade of the rainbow and can be worn in every season. The only trick is to keep the shades of your outfit in the same hue of colour. So, whether you’re a bit daring and choose a bright colour or you prefer to play a little safe in muted tones and natural hues…there is a look out there for you. Practice it in spring, carry it through to summer and rock it from head to toe in winter. Monochromatic fashion is anything but one-dimensional!