Suit Separates

It's always a good idea to invest in a nice suit, especially if your field of work is business. You will most likely be faced with several occasions in your career where a suit is the appropriate attire. I normally choose to wear a suit for interviews (whether I am the interviewer or interviewee), during presentations or if attending events with higher executives, to name just a few.

Unfortunately, there may be periods of time where these types of events are few and far between, causing your suit to collect dust hanging in your closet. If you're anything like me and like to get as much wear out of all items in your closet as possible, then this would bother you.  Well guess what, there is a solution! It's okay to wear suit pieces separately as business casual outfits.  This can be accomplished quite easily as suits are usually purchased in neutral colours such as black, navy and grey which makes colour co-ordinating a breeze.

There really are no set rules to this. I just have a few suggestions.

Suit Jacket
-Try to stay away from pairing the jacket with pants in the same or similar hue.
-Skinny pants or leggings look best with a suit jacket.
-Rolling up the jacket sleeves will make the outfit look more casual and trendy.

Suit Jacket - RW & Co.; Blouse - Smart Set; Leggings - Jessica Simpson (The Bay); Shoes - Nine West; Watch - Bulova; Necklace - Gift; Earrings - Swarowski.

Suit Pants
-Again, I highly recommend a pop of colour on top.
-Choose a blouse or cardigan instead of another blazer.

Suit pants - RW & Co.; Belt - Jacob; Blouse - Club Monaco; Cardigan - The Bay; Boots - H&M;  Earrings - Ralph  Lauren (The Bay); Bracelet and Necklace - Rox On by Karina Miller ( View her blog HERE); Watch - Michael Kors

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1 comment:

  1. Extremely cute out fit.
    Great taste of collection of outfit+accessories.