Fashion: Back To Business!

by | Sep 1, 2021 | Current Issue, Fashion, Sep/Oct 21 | 0 comments

Gone are the days of sweatpants and blazers for virtual meetings (we hope)! Whether you’re back in the office, working remotely, or conveniently scheduling every meeting at happy hour, we’re getting “back to business” with some fresh looks from top to bottom!

Photography by Taylor Lane

Styling by Miriam Jesaijes

Location: Copenhagen Imports Showroom

Clothing: Dress For Success San Antonio

Model: Janette Christine

Add pops of color to a neutral outfit like these pink pumps to brighten your day!

Don’t be afraid to pair patterns! Bold stripes, detailed plaid, and a graphic silk scarf – complementary colors and pattern size variation are key.

Jeans aren’t just for “Casual Friday” – Dark wash and a great fit are key to styling a professional denim ensemble. Add a blazer and some great shoes and you’re ready for any last-minute meeting!

This military-style “LBD” is perfect for day-to-night transitions. Casual from 9-to-5 with flats & your work bag, and ready for happy hour when you opt for a statement bag and heels!

Wardrobe courtesy of Dress For Success San Antonio. The mission of Dress for Success is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire, and the development tools to help women thrive in work and life.

Photographed at the Copenhagen Imports showroom in San Antonio, Texas (18603 Blanco Road). 


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