15 June 2011

Working Girl







Photos by Pete Navey

Sometimes we all have to go to work... by which I mean, a proper-office-situation. I tend to avoid the endless computer screens as much as possible - I strongly associate them with accounting = boring (I was never that great at maths) - but now and then all of us must visit a serious office.  This is my version of the working girl. 

Shoes Christian Louboutin, Trousers Day Birger et Mikkelsen, Shirt K by Karl Largerfeld, Waistcoat Zara, Clutch Smythsons, Hat Maison Michel, Belt (from Far East Plaza Singapore)and Bow tie Vintage.

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14 comments:

  1. that's such a super classic, adorable, and awesome working outfit of yours :)

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  2. Beautiful ... SO chic ;D


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  3. A great twist on classic pieces! Love the crocodile clutch.
    xx

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  4. You are seriously killing me! You are amazing!! Love everything about this look. :)

    xoxo,
    Mel

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  5. Gorgeous.

    I wish I could work this for my job - however it requires the more 'sensible' (aka boring) approaches to clothes.

    Just means I need to have all the more fun with clothese whilst I'm not at work!

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  7. So elegant!!

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  8. lpve lpve lpve the belt.
    xx

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  9. love the masculine look...well done... :)

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  10. I adore this outfit and the photos.. You look great!

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  11. That's a lovely outfit you have got on there ;)

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  12. Glad you like the outfit. Although my mother had @Sarah's feelings that this is not an outfit for most of the offices in the world!
    So funny!
    Nonetheless I like the idea of this look taking over the city.

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