We hate that feeling of waking up in the morning, unsure of what to wear. Sometimes you just need a little inspiration. Each Sunday night, we post seven looks to serve as style inspiration for the upcoming week. We pull all seven looks from one of our favorite personal style blogs.
This week’s style inspiration comes from Jessie Holeva of the style blog, Trend Hungry.
Monday, Sept. 8, 2014
Pale pink pleated pants still work in early September. Pair them with a structured sleeveless blouse, pointed pumps in a color to match your pants, and vintage costume earrings. For after work drinks, add a clutch.
Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2014
Get more wear out of a mini dress by layering it underneath a full skirt. If you work in a creative office, rock a jean jacket on top. Otherwise, a classic black blazer will dress it up.
Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2014
This one’s for the really creative types. It’s a totally non-obvious style pairing, but it works here: a kimono over a graphic tank and miniskirt. One key to making this work is that Jessie tucked in her top. To make it work better for the office, pull on some tights and flat boots.
Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014
Feel like your top is a little long, knot the hem. Pair with printed pants and flats for a simple but stylish look.
Friday, Sept. 12, 2014
Jessie knows how to style herself, doesn’t she? Here, she paired a tank and skirt in matching black shades. Because the shades were so spot-on, those who attended the event she wore this to thought she was wearing a dress. Add layered pearls and a fitted jacket for work. Switch out oxfords or flats for heels to after work.
Saturday, Sept. 13, 2014
Transition beautifully into fall with a pair of white jeans. Here’s how to style them: With a dark cherry or wine colored lipstick, a tank or tee in a darker fall color such as midnight blue or hunter green, and a large flannel button down tied around your waist. Love the bold gold chains around her neck.
Sunday, Sept. 14, 2014
Pair a t-shirt dress with a denim vest. Knot the hem of the dress above your knees for added flair.