This post was sponsored by PinkBlush. As always, all opinions are my own.
Happy, happy Wednesday y’all 🙂 Hump day came around super quick this week, but I can’t complain about it. I am always looking forward to weekends of relaxing and traveling with friends. This week/weekend, I have been/will focus on decluttering and purging a bunch of unworn items from my closet. My closet and jewelry storage are both bursting at the seams, so time for season cleaning. What are your best tips for organizing an insane amount of jewelry? If I found the perfect way to store my growing (like, I got at least 15 new pieces of jewelry in the past week, oops.) collection, I think it would be the greatest day ever for me. Until then, I’ll continue to rotate my favorite pieces out on my storage display and pack away the others.
Today, I am excited to share another #WorkWearWednesday outfit with you all. These have quickly become my favorite post because 1. You guys loves them & that makes me really happy 2. I am forced to put together creative ideas for all different work and dress codes, depending out what feedback I receive. By all means, feel free to shoot me an email or comment letting me know if there is a piece that you are trying to style for work or colors that you are trying to bring into your work wardrobe and need a little help.
My look today is for the comfy, yet, business causal girl. I adore wearing skinny leg work pants because they are easy to transition to whatever your night activities are an . d stylish for girls who can’t rock the bootcut or flare work pants style (AKA me). This top is seriously so comfortable and the color is subtle enough to mix with prints but bright enough to color block. I snagged it from PinkBlush, AKA where so many of my clothes come from, because I love the quality and the shipping is super fast. My heels are from the Old Navy clearance section last season, but I’ll add links to some similar styles below. My favorite pieces of this outfit are the accessories. I love these earrings that I scored for only $4 at Walmart. Isn’t that insane? If you haven’t checked out your local store, I suggest you run there. There are tons are great in style earrings including bon bon earrings, stacked multicolor tassels and colorful statement earrings that are identical to many pair you can find at BaubleBar. Once again, they were only $4, so naturally I snagged a bunch of different styles for $20, so run to your nearest store. My necklace is from an amazing organization called The Starfish Project. They are a non-profit organization that provides therapy, housing and employment to women and girls’ that have been exploited. I encourage everyone to check them out and shop my necklace. Your purchase means more than you could probably ever imagine.