Ralph Lauren vs New York & Company vs Oldnavy

April 16, 2009

If you work in office, you need to have many so-called busi­ness clothes, I mean a bit bor­ing dress-code. In my own, it’s really cute when you can cre­ate a bal­ance between fem­i­nine hot look and the same time fit the dress office stan­dards. It’s not easy. You can try it with dresses.
A time­less cotton/silk shirt­dress in a refresh­ing blend of silk and cot­ton voile fea­tures tuxedo pleat­ing inspired by hall­mark tai­lor­ing, point col­lar, con­cealed button-down placket. Three-quarter sleeves with rolled cuffs and a but­toned tab. Self-tie sash at the waist. Below the waist pleated cre­ates a full skirt. Fully lined in cot­ton. It looks very sexy with black peep-toe pump. This dress is avail­able at Bloom­ing­dales:

Belted dress

The same time, you can find two more afford­able ver­sions at NYand­Com­pany and Old­navy. By the way, at NYand­Com­pany there are many colours available:

Ralph Lauren Belted dress

Busi­ness ladies go out!


Prada vs Fossil vs Oldnavy vs Cynthia Steffe

April 10, 2009

I love shorty shorts in the sum­mer. This hip­ster style falls right into the slouchy cat­e­gory of the boyfriend phe­nom­e­non! Prada biege hip­ster shorts, banded low waist, two slit pock­ets on the sides, two slit pock­ets at the back with but­toned detail­ing, top slide and hook clo­sure with zip­per fly. Pair it up with a but­toned down cot­ton shirt, blazer and loafers for coutry club flair or just pull on a sweet t-shirt and slip into some slip­pers for a stroll. It’s avail­able at Mytheresa for $297:

Prada shorts

Maybe, it’s too much for shorts. Let’s have a look at some afford­able alternatives:

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