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.
Our weather has been oddly cool for the start of summer so it’s been a great excuse to play around with longer layers.
This sort of outfit is ideal for people who shy away from shorts and tank tops when it gets hot. You still get to dress to celebrate the weather but have modesty, too!
Weekly Outfit Challenge
Our weekly outfit challenge was so fun this week. The focus was on our macrame pieces, and the twist was another associate in the store had to style you!
My boss picked out this totally adorable look for me. We’ve both been pining after these pineapple shorts. She managed to make them look very grown up with a dressy top, black blazer, and strappy heels. What do you think?
The only thing “blue” about my Monday were the colors used in my outfit. I wanted to play around with a monochromatic look without being too obvious.
It’s tricky wearing two shades of blue at one but this navy blue short is the perfect hue to wear with these light blue jeans. They don’t blend into one another and look very chic!
How have we not talked about photobomb day yet?! Basically, once a month or so, an announcement is posted in our private Facebook group asking everyone to quickly drop and take a selfie of our #OOTD while at work. It’s always spur of the moment so we never know when it will happen!
It’s always fun to see what everyone is wearing at different stores at any given moment. Just another reason to always dress your best!
I’m not ashamed to say this outfit was directly copied from one of our ads. The outfit looked good and I already had the pieces in my closet so why not replicate it?
And if you like it, why not Pin it so YOU can recreate it in the future!
And that was my week! If you liked any of these looks, please be sure to share them or bookmark this page for future reference. Until next time! 🙂