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March 23, 2011

Featured: Fuzkittie on Styles at Work

If you girls do not know about Fuzkittie yet, she's a blogger, a yt beauty guru and very much into fashion as well. We've asked her to showcase some of her style here with us and this is what she came up with.

First Outfit:
Top: Blush Pink Flowy Blouse from Zipia
Bottom: Patterned Skirt from H&M
Shoes: Nude Pumps from Arturo Chiang
Jacket: purchased from Taiwan

I love and always go back to the classy combination of form fitting
bottoms paired with flowy tops. I think the mix of shapes is so
flattering on professional ladies and really brings out the feminine
side of things without going over the top. If I had chosen a form
fitting top to go with the tight skirt, it would be too "sexy
secretary", where as the flowy shapelessness of this top adds mystery
and interest to the outfit. I love the soft color palettes of soft
blush pink with greys and off whites. Classic nude pumps go with
anything! The flowy bubble shaped lightweight jacket is perfect for
spring, and it lends a classic Audrey Hepburn feel.

Second Outfit:
Top: H&M
Bottom: Nordstrom
Necklace & Belt: J. Crew
Shoes: Michelle D
Bag: Zara

Instead of using the usual boring collared shirts, I like to wear
polished, textured t-shirts with suit pants instead. Because the
material and semi-shiny finish of the top, it doesn't look sloppy in
the least bit. The ruched detail is also very flattering and feminine.
Black suit pants are easy to work with and look classy with a thin
shiny belt. Add a simple, neutral colored blazer for an even more
professional look.

Third Outfit:
Cardigan: Banana Republic
Top: Club Monaco
Bottom: Ann Taylor Loft skirt
Shoes: Arturo Chiang

The combination of feminine ruffles and pleats along with very
feminine cuts gives anyone an hourglass shape. Little details such as
ruffles, pleats and bow ties can really add a touch of softness and
interest to outfits. Imagine if the shirt and skirt had no details at
all, the outfit would be quite boring and plain. Add a thin, ribbed
cardigan when it gets cold in the office. This outfit is very lady-like
yet extremely polished.

That's it from the lovely Fuzkittie and thank you Fuz for taking the time to put together these business outfits for our readers. Hope this gives you readers more options and ideas to add to your business wardrobe.

Have an outfit that you like featured? Feel free to email us and if selected, we'll post your outfit(s).

Until next time!


Mindy♥ said... [Reply]

I LOVEEE Fuz!! :) Her style is so chic and classic. I'm so glad she is featured in your blog. <3

fuzkittie said... [Reply]

TY for the opportunity girls~ <3 Love your styles.

fruitsbasket said... [Reply]

As usually fuzkittie is an amazing inspiration~ Love the looks~

Sandy said... [Reply]

I love the blazer in the second outfit!

jasmina said... [Reply]

your so kawaii fuzz

~Mel said... [Reply]

agreed! fuz always look so chic and so glad that we were able to feature her =)

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