We think most of ladies will agree with us, that being a lawyer is one of the most respected and important jobs today, but there is one important thing, which is essential for everyone- looking perfect at work. In modern life most workers dress more casually, but it doesn't mean you have to wear jeans. We tried to find the balance in comfort and formal details, so that you don't have to compromise with your preferences. We mean, you don't need to wear suits all the time, you have to combine formal pants with semi-formal tops, like sweaters, blouses, business appropriate dresses, etc. Stick somewhere between business casual and business formal look. So, if you want to look professional, then stick to these Polyvore sets dear friend.
That's what we call business casual style. Here we see a wool turtleneck sweater in grey color, which is styled with pleated navy trousers, pale pink blazer, camel gloves and pretty light brown handbag.
I love this look, which includes a white black plaid shirt which looks ideal with multi pleated trousers, rich blue open-toe pumps, golden necklace, aviator sunglasses, and snake tote.
If you want to look more formal, then it's better to wear a navy suit with chiffon trousers, dark purple lightweight shirt, rich blue wedge heels and purple satchel.
Make it look ideal with a white shirt worn underneath a black shift dress styled with a mannish blazer, strappy glossy black block heels, zip detail tote in patent black and statement cat-eye sunglasses.
There is nothing more classic than a pinstripe grey skirtsuit. Here is shown a pretty suit styled with white shirt in black polka dots.
I like the envelope clutch and chic black suede heels.
If you want to add some glamour in your black pantsuit, then we highly recommend you to try on this fuchsia sleeveless blouse with black collar and lace neckline.
If it's a casual day at the office, then you can try the following essentials, which include a black and white striped shirt, pleated black trousers, red sweater and strappy black heeled sandals.