Following on from yesterday’s post, this is the full outfit that I wore when I was carrying that amazing clutch! A Pencil skirt has the ability to slim down any figure if it is not too tight and is the right length. This Polka-dot pencil skirt is made from fabric that it stretchy and therefore clings just enough but not too much. I paired it with a box cut blouse in White that added a little dimension and flow. Wearing a blouse or top like this can be great if you want to avoid focus falling onto your mid-section. These style of tops are very flattering and yet fun and stylish all at the same time. The ankle strap pumps are a perfect monochrome compliment and add a little sass. I kept the jewelry simple with some Mother of Pearl and a Gold and Pearl bracelet that matched the Gold watch.
I think it’s important to consider even the smallest detail when putting together an outfit, especially if you are going somewhere important or want to make a good impression. When I have a business appointment or I am going to an event, I carefully pick out the jewelry and accessories I wear, as well as the shoes and of course the clothes. While I don’t think it’s necessary to match every item or piece, I do think it’s important to make sure that they don’t clash. Wearing pieces that don’t match too closely is sometimes a fun activity, and can add a little spice to an outfit. In fact, I think it’s more important to wear constrasting pieces than try to match colors and textures too closely because it can look worse if you do that.
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I always think that wearing a pencil skirt is a great business choice, and looks very professional, but definitely take care to not let it be too tight because it can look inappropriate if you do that. Click below for some similar pencil skirt styles that you can add to your business wardrobe along with some two-tone shoes.