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Monday, September 7, 2009

Fall/Winter Work Wear Essentials

Diane von Furstenberg Stretch Jersey Shift Dress - $300

Alexander McQueen Long Wool Coat - $2310

YSL Leather Gem Drop Earrings - $675

Miu Miu Zip-fastening Ankle Boots - $720

Dior Granville Handstitched Tote - $2350

These work wear selections are representative of what every woman should have in her closet for the fall/winter season. The pieces are stylish and versatile, not to mention timeless. Use the DVF shift dress over a blouse or on its own during any season of the year. Polish off this work wear look with a tailored Alexander McQueen coat during the winter, and save it for next year once spring arrives. Instead of using flashy jewelry for work, try the more subtle yet glam YSL leather drop earrings to help you stand out from the rest of your fellow colleagues. This fun pair of black Miu Miu ankle boots are a necessity for the upcoming cold weather, but can be easily incorporated into a spring/summer outfit. No work day ensemble would be complete without a great bag. The Dior Granville Handstitched Tote is a sophisticated choice for any working woman who needs her arm candy to be both chic and practical. The 'Granville's' grey color is the must-have color for fall, and it's classic enough to become as basic as black itself.

All of the selections we've chosen are expensive, but worthy investments for 2009 and well into the future. Be sure to visit Señora Cartera On A Budget to read up on our budget-friendly work wear choices for fall.


1 Response to "Fall/Winter Work Wear Essentials"
  1. Michael St. James said...
    Monday, September 07, 2009

    I LOVE the Dior tote and is anything more stylish than wearing a monochromatic black outfit with a grey or brown bag?!?

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