This chic work outfit will go down as one of my favorites… but that might be because of these adorable pink pants (P.S. Still have this entire outfit too)! I did a Zara Haul a few years ago, and this look was a part of that haul! Today I wanted to reshare this look, and as well as update my summer reading list for 2020!
This chic work outfit look is my favorite. I am OBSESSED with polka dots at the moment, and these pants are also pink. I mean, how could I not get them?! They also came in white for those that may not like pink. But I had to get pink (it’s my favorite color) if you couldn’t tell already 🤣.
My outfit may be old, but I am linking several pink pants down below so you can get the look if you like!
And this bodysuit, still one of the favorites that I currently own too (lot’s of favorites today, clearly)! If your work office doesn’t allow sleeveless tops, you can add a leather jacket or even a blazer over this look, and you’re good to go. And for the winter, you can swap out sandals for a pair of black ankle booties.
As far as bags, I always opt for structured bags. I love how classy, timeless, and chic they are. I am personally not a fan of soft leather bags unless they are a tote. When it comes to pulling off a chic work outfit, I think a structured bag will always add sophistication and polish to your outfit. You’ll be looking like a boss babe!
Now let’s talk summer reading. I was doing so well reading, then life happened. I’m finally getting back on track! Since I am getting back on track, I wanted to share my summer reading list! Now lets cross our fingers that I will get through these books by end of year.
- The Color of Compromise: The Truth about the American Church’s Complicity in Racism by
- Fashionopolis by Dana Thomas
- The Conscious Closet by Elizabeth L. Cline
- So You Want to Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo
- How to Be an Antiracist by
- Be the Bridge: Pursuing God’s Heart for Racial Reconciliation by
- White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by
- Get Out of Your Head: Stopping the Spiral of Toxic Thoughts by
- Cat and Nat’s Mom Truths: Embarrassing Stories and Brutally Honest Advice on the Extremely Real Struggle of Motherhood by Catherine Belknap
- Motherhood So White: A Memoir of Race, Gender, and Parenting in America by Nefertiti Austin
Photos by Karina Santos
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