Looking Chic 5 Days A Week

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017

Whether you’re flittering through a casual office, or looking to build upon your capsule wardrobe, I’ve rounded up an edit of chic, classic staples, to keep you looking stylish 5 days a week.

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Mondays call for a little sass to start the week! I’m throwing out retro vibes with this Wizard Of Oz inspired gingham number from Seed Heritage. No Ruby Red Slippers to be seen, but I do recommend a comfy pair of sandals and a country chic boater.

Shop Look 1: Seed Heritage Frill Sleeve Shift Dress, Lack Of Color The Spencer Boater, Wittner Cody Sandals.

Takes strides on a Tuesday with an edgy playsuit like this monochrome Witchery addition. With a bold, geometric print, you’ll want to team back the accessories, opting for quality not quantity. A luxe time piece has never been so necessary!

Shop Look 2: Witchery Printed Playsuit, Larsson & Jennings Lugano Watch, Jeffrey Campbell Despina Sandals.

Flirty mid week meetings are made more exciting with feminine frocks, like this Country Road dress. Neutral accessories and block heels help to complete this ladylike look.

Shop Look 3: Country Road Off Shoulder Dress, Sancia Daydream Clutch, Schutz Sandals (similar style here).

Fierce Thursdays should be mandatory, so pull out your animal print and let your inner goddess rule! Style with a crisp pair of white jeans and finish with a bold accessory like a fedora, or a summer vest.

Shop Look 4: Country Road Jean, Witchery Leopard Top, Lack Of Color The Zulu Fedora, Wittner Zionn Espadrille.

Finish off the working week with a playful number! Did someone say polka dots and Prada? Perfection!

 Shop Look 5:  Witchery High Neck Spot Dress, Prada Round Sunglasses, Wittner Aralyn Heel.

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The Blonde Silhouette presents an inner fashion monologue by Ashleigh McCallum. A lover of whimsical colour, designer pieces and classic femininity.

Location: Brisbane, Australia

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