#NYFW For the Professional Woman

  It’s that time again! New York Fashion Week is when the world gets excited for upcoming seasons. What are the new trends? What’s hot and what’s not? For most of us, it’s hard to imagine that runway looks could work in our everyday lives; especially as professional working women. Fear not! It’s still early in fashion week, but there are some great looks that will inspire and upgrade your soon-to-be Spring Wardrobe. If incorporating ‘Runway’ looks onto a Real Woman on a Real Budget seems overwhelming; hire a personal stylist to do all the hard work for you. You won’t break the bank, but it will look like you did!

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Lyn_Devon

This Lyn Devon look is a perfect Spring dress that can go from ‘Desk to Dinner’. Pair this with a white or navy blazer and closed toed shoes for work; then take off the jacket and add a sweet pair of open toed sling backs for happy hour. The silhouette of this dress is universally flattering. If you want a more defined waist, add a medium sized white belt! For petite women, have this hemmed above the knee!

nonoo

This Nonoo look may seem riskee for the office; but add a cami underneath and you’re good to go! The hem line may seem too short, but unless you are of super model proportions; this will likely hit between mid thigh and above the knee ( which is an appropriate length for the office). Some great oxford flats will take this look to the next level!

jason wu

This Jason Wu day dress is perfect with a capital Woohoo! A visually stunning fabric with a conservative silhouette makes this perfect for the woman who wants to be noticed and admired for her work attire. This outfit would work well with a Navy or White blazer. If you want to wear this outside of work, try a cape with a pop of color, like tangerine! You can also pair this with a different belt than shown. Like a wrap dress, this dress flatters most body types. Adjust the hem as needed. A 21 and 55 year old woman could both rock this look equally well.

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