We have an unofficial motto at Maurices that says you should only wear an outfit you’d be proud to share on social media so I’m taking that to heart by sharing my outfits that I’ve worn for my shifts this week! Hopefully this will inspire you if you also work in a creative environment.
Really Really Ridiculously Simple
I was inspired to elevate a simple graphic tee + jean shorts by adding a jacket, hoop earrings, and my go-to red lipstick from Colourpop.
This outfit was a great balance of casual and dressy on a Sunday morning. I had an early start at the store to change mannequins and, once we officially opened, I remained in the store to help customers shop.
I thrifted this blouse last weekend and loved how it emulated a hero pattern we recently got in the store. It’s so light and ethereal so I ran with that idea and styled my hair in a low bun and swiped on some glossy red lipstick.
A little girl in the store said she loved my outfit so it must be good because kids are always very honest. 🙂
On An Island Far Away
Our district-wide outfit challenge this week was focused on Paradise Breeze, a new collection we have in store.
We just got in this striped flowy kimono top and I wanted to excuse to try it on so this was it. I went a little boho glam with the styling by wearing white jeggings, pink wedges, and neutral accessories. It’s a slight departure from my day-to-day style but would be great on an island vacation! Where would you wear it to?
I finally got these sandals broken in so I want to wear them as much as possible for work and play. On this day, they were begging to be worn with colors so I just piled on as much as I could!
It’s always a good idea to balance out of a hue-filled outfit with some neutral pieces. It keeps the look from being overwhelming!
Teal Next Time
I always like to save my best outfit until Saturday since it’s the day with the most traffic. (Though Friday morning really rivaled it!) That’s not weird, right?
And that was my week! If you liked any of these looks, please be sure to Pin them or bookmark this page for future reference. Until next time! 🙂