Tag Archives : corporatewear

One Wrong Thing


I attended Glamour Magazine’s Glam-Up Sessions event the other day. Basically the main part of the event was a panel of speakers talking about their fashion journeys. One of the things that one of the speakers said stuck out to me. So this is someone who I can’t at all relate to because she was all about the layers and…

Trend to Try: Metallic


So the name of this post pretty much speaks for itself. There’s only one star in this post and it’s this STUUUNINNNGG metallic shoe. Shoes are definitely the best and easiest way to experiment with trends at the office. I bought this shoe from Rage and I can’t get over it. I’ve spent so much time (and money) trying to…

Ruffles- The Office Edit

Trend to Try: Ruffles


As I mentioned in my Trend Report one of the trends sweeping the season is RUFFLES. The trend is taking over runways and stores! So here’s why I love ruffles: Every girl needs that piece of clothing that is easy to wear. A piece you can wear with any of your basics and instantly have an amazing outfit that looks like you…

One Day At A Time


I’ve been going through a lot of personal stuff lately. My mom has been going through some health issues and I haven’t been dealing too well with it. Also, you know when you’re not feeling great emotionally, it tends to manifest physically too. That said, I wasn’t sure if I wanted to make a blog post this week. Thing is…

Trend to try: Velvet


I love trying out new trends but as you all know it can be a little tricky when you’re in a conservative environment. One of the MUST-HAVE trends for this season is all things velvet. It can definitely be a bit over the top but there are so many ways to subtly introduce it to your corporate wardrobe. When velvet was…

The Office Edit turns 1!


The Office Edit turns ONE! So I did a funny little thing that I only noticed this year. I published my first blog post on the 29th of February 2016, leap day. Kind of makes it difficult to celebrate, lol, oops. Anyway I can’t believe it’s been a year since I started the blog. It really doesn’t feel like it.…