18 Apr 2011

Working Girl Prep'

Teal dress
$95 - topshop.com

TopShop blouse
$36 - topshop.com

TopShop hot pink blazer
$110 - topshop.com

Paul & Joe Sister hemming pants
$234 - my-wardrobe.com

TopShop blue skirt
$55 - topshop.com

Dorothy Perkins knee socks
1 GBP - dorothyperkins.com

Topshop shoes
$100 - topshop.com

Bow shoes

Pleaser heels
$70 - endless.com

Fendi handbag
$4,510 - barneys.com

Red brooch
$177 - couturelab.com

Kenneth Jay Lane bead chain necklace
135 EUR - pret-a-beaute.com

Susan Caplan Vintage vintage style earring
475 GBP - matchesfashion.com

Printed scarve
2,95 EUR - hm.com

Silk shawl
$50 - topshop.com

Leather belt
$80 - topshop.com

Prior to my (hopefully) plentiful job interviews I will be invited to shortly, I've been planning and planning and planning several potential interview (and actual 'having a job') outfits that I feel will leave a good impression on my future employers. I love using just a base colour palette, teamed with one stand-out accent colour. In this collection I've grabbed a series of neutrals and blues that I feel will make me look both fashion-conscious, and grown-up, and accented with hints of red to add a little something to help me stand out. Let me know what you think :)


  1. I LOVE the teal dress, gorgeous! Good luck with the (hopeful) interviews!!xx

  2. i like the mix of affordable stuff then BAM a bag for 4G lol..totally love it- guess that's fashion for you ey!



  3. Thanks Emily :) I actually treated myself and bought the teal dress the other day! Fingers crossed it bags me the job!
    And you're right Melissa, the way I see it there is always something way out of budget that goes so PERFECTLY. Just the way it goes!