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Fashion Jobs – 5 New Year’s Resolutions to Make Now

Thursday, January 19th, 2017

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Everyone makes New Year’s resolutions, so why not make them worth it? We all get stuck in a rut, but there is no better time to turn a new leaf then a brand new year! Resolutions are not just a fad but a positive introduction into better decision making for the year to come. The possibilities are pretty endless with 12 whole months to explore and anticipate new and innovative experiences. Can you tell that we’re excited for what 2017 has in store? And you should be too. It’s your opportunity to turn things around. Apply for that new role, start that blog, sign up for that dance class you’ve been dying to take. Whatever you want to do, this is your year to try it.

I can go on and on about the hope for the future and continue to spew optimisms, but in reality, I know we have the same jobs, go to the same places, and see the same people as last year, so really what’s changed? Well, for one thing, you you’re the change in the New Year, so why not start with the little things.  Come up with a series of attainable goals you want to achieve, work towards these objectives, and let everything else fall into place. Here are five resolutions to start off your list. While these resolutions can apply to any aspect of your life, we suggest trying them in your work environment, because that’s where we spend the most time. 

1. Time Management

When isn’t time management a good habit to practice? Not only does managing your time impact your day in a positive way, it also helps to keep you focused and on task, and as a result, lowers your stress levels since you’re increasing productivity. This year, rather than simply writing a list that focuses on time restraints, make your to-do list flexible. Give yourself more than enough time to complete the tasks you have lined up for the day. Don’t over-schedule yourself – you are superhero of the day, and if you’re realistic about your responsibilities, you can accomplish them all. As humans, we’re creatures of habit, which means the more your to-do list becomes a mini routine, the less stress you’ll feel throughout the day because your actions will become second nature.

To start, try taking 10 to 15 minutes each night to prepare for the next day. Arrange your agenda and consider the important tasks that need to get done and list them in priority order. To make the most out of your morning, prepare your lunch and pick out your outfit for the day ahead the night before – it’ll make your morning go that much smoother.

2. Meal Plan

Eating out has become increasingly more expensive and even more unhealthy – your wallet and waistline will surely agree. Meal planning goes hand-in-hand with time management and will do wonders not only for your health, but for your pockets as well! Eating healthier can give you boosts of energy throughout the day and is shown to improve your overall health and mood. If you typically ate out once a day, it will be hard to give that up completely. Start with preparing meals for a couple days a week, and as you get comfortable you can start prepping for additional days. Before you know it, you’ll be preparing an entire week’s worth of healthy lunches!

3. Write

As a writer, one of my favourite things to do is write, and let me tell you, it’s a life saver! Not only does it help you organize your thoughts and stay on track, it encourages self-reflection. There are so many times I have gone back and read an entry I wrote in my journal and was able to see how far I grew as a person. Writing for you can be about anything – you can start by writing about the things you’re grateful for, positive situations or even negative situations, just make sure to incorporate a silver lining. Your entries don’t have to be pages long, an entry can simply be a couple of sentences. This process is meant for getting things off your mind and onto paper, so you can analyze what is happening in your life.

If writing in a journal isn’t for you, you can also try creative writing to relax and de-stress.

Write a short story, a poem, or even a note to someone you love. It’s always great to express how you feel, and nothing would be better in this technology-driven world than a handwritten letter.

4. Breathe

Deep breath in…deep breath out…and repeat. It’s the best exercise for when you are feeling anxious, stressed or overwhelmed. Taking a moment to take slow, deep breaths will not only reduce stress in the body, but it will also lower your heart rate. In a busy day, it is easy to forget to take a moment for yourself, but it’s important to take the time to re-group and reflect.

This year, try to set aside a few minutes every day to stretch, meditate, and clear your mind whenever you get a chance. Taking a bath or listening to soft music helps me relax the best, but if you find yourself overwhelmed, take a break and sit outside in the sun or just try two minutes of deep breathing.

5. Take a walk

There’s nothing worse than sitting at your desk for hours at a time, with no opportunity to get up and stretch your legs. At some point during the day, get up and stretch your legs. Use this time to breathe deeply, disconnect from technology, and clear your head. When you can, make it a point to walk outside, as the fresh air, sunshine, and nature will help you feel calm and re-energized to continue the rest of your work day. Set aside some time in your work schedule to walk for 10-15 minutes each day, and take a break from your screen. By arranging a time to walk and setting a realistic time goal, you’ll feel more accomplished at the end of the work day.

And when you can, try to take a walk with the ones you love. It’ll not only give you another excuse to go out for a walk, you’ll be able to catch up and enjoy some quality time with those who mean the most to you.

By: Dia McLaughlin

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Fashion Jobs – Three Ways to Incorporate Colour into Your Wardrobe this Winter

Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

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As we enter mid-January, many of us are probably feeling the inevitable “winter blues”. Even though the name itself holds a colour, it seems that we forget about all the fun hues we could be wearing – instead opting for more neutral based outfits.

A good way to rebound from the boring, cold months is to stay away from the predictable blacks and browns and welcome some bold shades back into your closet. To do this, here are three simple ways to incorporate some much-needed colour into your winter wardrobe.

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Use Your Accessories to Add Pops of Colour

Do you love the idea of wearing colour, but you just feel more comfortable with black? Have no fear – start off small, and add pops of colour by adding vibrant accessories to your wardrobe.

If you aren’t comfortable with lots of colour, you can start by matching two subtle accessories together – like a pair of earrings with some bangles of a similar shade.

This will allow you to have two subtle areas of focus, rather than just one colourful focal point.

Another small way to brighten an outfit is by adding a statement scarf. There are scarves for every season, in every fabric and colour. If you do pick a scarf, ensure it’s in a flattering colour, since it’s close to your face you’ll want it to bring out your best attributes.

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5. Tie Neck Blouse

Pair a Bold Shade with Your Favourite Blazer or Cardigan

Wearing a blazer or cardigan is great, because it’s can easily be amped up with a pop of colour. Many of us, out of habit, tend to pair our blazers with more subtle hues – especially in the winter. A great way to get out of this drab colour combo is by wearing that bright red blouse that’s tucked away in your closet. Sure, it may be from the fall, but if it makes you feel great, who cares? Instantly liven up your look with a bold shade.

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Don’t be Afraid of Seasonal Colours

It may only be January, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get a head start on those spring pastels. Besides, spring will be upon us in no time!

As the stores begin to add the new colour palettes, take your pick from the ones you like best. Whether it’s your jewelry, shoes or tops, these light shades are bound to lift your spirits during the colder months.

Not a fan of pastels? No problem! Incorporate shades from different seasons into your wardrobe – for example, merlot is perfect year round. 

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1. Nordstrom Cashmere and Silk Wrap, $136.24, available at Nordstrom

2. Kate Spade Mini Small Studs, $44, available at The Bay

3. Kate Spade Rosette Bow Silk Shirt, $166, available at Kate Spade

4. Diane Von Furstenberg Sleeveless Ruffle Top, $160, available at Saks Fifth Avenue

5. Chloe and Katie Tie Neck Blouse, $28.87, available at Nordstrom

By Jennifer Williams, Toronto

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Fashion Jobs – Wearable Technology

Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017

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It’s cliché to say that life is full of ups and downs, but the thing about clichés is that they are true. We have just as many bad days in a year as we do good days, and as human beings, we are perfectly designed to take on the biggest stresses of life. We are more likely to get stressed at work because we are consistently multi-tasking, trying to make sales goals, and working towards strict deadlines. Not to mention that our lives outside of work don’t stop because we have entered the building, we are still bombarded with social, family and financial stresses. There really is no way around it, however, there are ways to consciously track and understand your mood throughout the day that will help you avoid unnecessary stress. These four wearables will help you stay focused at work and boost your overall productivity.

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Wearable Screen Display

The Vufine is a wearable display that connects to your devices and offers you an extra screen to better experience your technology. By attaching the Vufine to your computer at work, you are able to see the monitor without even being at your desk. Stay connected while in your meeting or during the boardroom conference call. This device will free your hands making you more efficient which will allow you to get more done, therefore increasing your productivity and multitasking at work.

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Wearable Wellness Tracker

Wear this wellness ring to help you better understand you because we know that sleep impacts our overall performance. The ŌURA ring connects to an application that can be downloaded on your devices. It tracks your sleeping patterns to help you maximize your productivity potential, and analyzes how your lifestyle choices affect your sleep. By gathering information about your activities, habits, and sleep, it offers suggestions on when the best times to take breaks are, and gives you a better understanding of how and when to work to get the best results.3

Wearable Emotion Management

Step aside Apple watch, ZENTA tracks your actions and habits, then analyzes how they influence your stress, productivity, and overall happiness. From there the personalized coach creates a customized digital profile that will help you be aware of your habits and lifestyle, and what you can do to help you stay focused and well, less stressed. By tracking your activities, sleep, and mood, this smart wearable technology will recommend some new lifestyle changes. Perfect for the new year, this watch is designed to help you stay balanced.

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Wearable Interactive Wovens

Project Jacquard was made specifically for commuters and cyclists, however, it allows wearers to control their mobile experience and connect to a variety of programs on their devices. While wearing this jacket you could shuffle through music, follow the directions on maps, or even answer phone calls directly from the jacket. This could be useful when you’re at work trying to work on multiple things, especially when your hands are busy and cannot pick up or hold a phone. Google and Levi’s have teamed up to make this incredibly innovative jacket a reality for us all. To learn more about the 2017 release of this product, follow the link.

Product Info:

1. Vufine Wearable Display, $200 USD

2. ŌURA Ring, $299 USD

3. ZENTA: Stress & Emotion Management, $149 USD, available on Indiegogo

By: Dia McLaughlin, Mississauga, @diamari3

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Fashion Jobs – NYE Outfit Ideas

Saturday, December 31st, 2016

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It’s hard to believe that 2016 has come to an end, but what a year it was! But, before we can strut into the new year (with our best foot forward, of course), we must raise a glass of bubbly and toast to the year that’s passed. To ensure you have a New Year that’s as fabulous as you, we’ve put together a lineup of outfit suggestions that are perfect for whatever you might have planned. No matter what your plans are, we’re sure you’ll find an outfit you like below.

1. Sequin Dress2. Silver Booties

The Statement Dress
A statement dress is a New Year’s Eve staple. Whether you have big night on the town planned, or you’re hitting up a house party, you can’t go wrong with an attention-grabbing party dress. Go for sequins, or something with a metallic sheen — It’s the perfect way to look festive without being overly flashy. We recommend pairing a statement dress with a pair of disco-worthy boots for the ultimate NYE look.

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4. Leather Pants

The Statement Top

If dresses aren’t your thing, ring in the new year in a stunning statement top and a pair of killer leather pants instead. Leather pants are a winter staple and look perfect with a conversation starting top and heels and are perfect for more casual NYE plans. We can’t get enough of this chic Theory peplum top.

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The Statement Skirt

Another NYE look that we can’t get enough of is a gold statement skirt paired with a chic sweater. This look is equal parts cozy and festive and can be worn to just about anything – from a low-key gathering to a wild night on the town.

Product Details:

1. Sequin Dress, $109, available at Urban Outfitters

2. Top Shop Moscow Metallic Booties, $99, available at Nordstrom

3. Theory Peplum Top, $439, available at the Bay

4. Alive and Olivia Leather Leggings, $1,129, available at Nordstrom

5. Top Shop Gold Metallic Pleated Skirt, $58, available at Top Shop

6. Asal Sweater, $269, available at Club Monaco

By Ainsley Smith, Toronto, @ainsleysmithy

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Fashion Jobs – Holiday Party Etiquette

Wednesday, December 21st, 2016

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With the holiday season in full effect, we can look forward to a lot of holiday celebrations, potlucks and fundraising activities in the office. In the corporate world, a party doesn’t mean a night of harmless flirting, careless gossiping, or endless cocktail into the early hours of the morning. You can definitely count on an upscale venue with an open bar and influential corporate personnel. This is the company’s way of showing appreciation to their employees for all they have done throughout the year. So before you go dancing on tables and making inappropriate jokes, here are a few do’s and don’ts you should probably consider while celebrating with your corporate family.

1. Stand out style

If the dress code is not specified in the invitation, ask the coordinator for details. The standard rules that apply to the dress code in the office, are the same as those of the office party. Don’t wear anything that is too short, low-cut, sheer, or revealing. In a business setting, you should always present yourself in a professional manner, however, the holiday party gives you some freedom to express who you are. So skip the corporate blazer, turn a bling eye to the club heels, and opt for something a little more fun and festive that represents you.

2. Know your limit

Alcohol plays a big part of most corporate festivities, whether with drink tickets, or an open bar, if you’re one of the lucky ones. You want to make sure you aren’t the talk of the party in a bad way, so to do so, make sure that you watch how much you are taking in. It’s easy to get caught up in the fact that you aren’t footing the bill, but embarrassing yourself in front of your superiors or subordinates is never a good idea. So take a few toast and have a few rounds on the boss, but please don’t end up a hashtag by the end of the night.

3. Good networking opportunity

Break out of your comfort zone and meet new people from different departments, get familiar with the higher-ups, and take the time to get to know the colleagues who you frequently e-mail but have never actually met. Don’t discuss work, instead keep the conversation positive and upbeat, nothing is more annoying than talking about a bad work experience and killing everyone’s vibe. To strike up a conversation, talk about plans for the holiday, sports or entertainment. Finally, show interest in what other people are saying and give a response with substance, no one likes to be ignored.

4. Have fun

You spent the last 11 months working hard, making sure you put forth your best self, so now is the time to celebrate your hard work. Don’t be shy, loosen up, post a group photo, and participate in the mini dance circle. Try not to be so uptight that no one wants to hang around you, because that won’t be fun for anyone. This season only comes around once a year, so make the most of it, because come January, it’s back to work. Remember this is an opportunity for you to relax, unwind, socialize and have fun!

By: Dia McLaughlin, Mississauga, @diamari3

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Fashion Jobs – Gift Guide for the Girl on the Go

Wednesday, December 21st, 2016

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We all have that one friend who is always jetting off on another vacation, traveling for work, or who is constantly daydreaming about her next exotic vacay.

Regardless of how well you think you know your friends, it’s always hard to find them the ‘perfect’ gift.

Luckily, we’ve got you covered! We’ve put together a roundup of gift ideas for those special gals in your life who are always on the go.

1. travel wrap

Travel Wrap
A scarf that also doubles as a blanket is perfect for the jet setter in your life, as they can use it to layer on colder travel days and as a blanket on the plane or train. This winter we’re crushing on this Bare Knitwear luxe travel wrap.

2. socks

Comfy Travel Socks
There’s nothing worse than getting onto your flight only to realize you forgot to pack a pair of socks and your feet are freezing cold. These Instance Rapido athletic socks are perfect for locking in warmth on cold days but also the venting and mesh panels can wick away moisture and cool the skin on hot days.

3. Kora Spray

Hydrating Mist
For those who spend a lot of time flying, you understand how tight and dry your skin can get. We’re currently loving this organic hydrating mist from natural beauty Miranda Kerr, as this
antioxidant-rich formula assists collagen production and leaves your skin feeling refreshed and re-hydrated with just one spritz. Best of all, the bottle is suitable for carrying in your hand luggage on long-haul flights. 

4. Weekender Bag

Weekender Bag
No weekend away is complete without the perfect grab-and-go carry-on bag. We can’t get enough of this Sole Society weekender bag as it’s a) stunning, b) vegan, and c) incredibly cost effective.

5. Travel Case

Travel Case
You’ll never get stopped at airport security again with this practical carry-all travel case from Truffle. This sleek, transparent case is perfect for keeping your personal items – like your passport, cards, and travel itinerary – organized, or your carry-on approved liquids and gels – like hand creams and moisturizers.

6. Water Bottle

Chic Water Bottle
This adorable BKR water bottle is not only environmentally friendly, but its small size is convenient enough to tote around on all your adventures.7. lip scrub

Lip Scrub
You’ll have kissable lips no matter what time zone you wake up in with this super hydrating and exfoliating lip scrub. This item is perfect for gals on the go as it’ll leave lips feeling smooth, protected, and hydrated. 

8.passport cover

Passport Cover
You’ll be able to check into your flight in style with this ultra-chic feather printed passport case from Indigo.

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Luggage Tag

You’ll be able to spot your luggage a mile away with an attention-grabbing luggage tag like this adorable one from Indigo. You’ll surely win friend of the year if you gift the feather travel set together!

10. 36 hours

Travel Book

Fuel your friends’ sense of wanderlust with the New York Time’s ultimate guide to weekend getaway in the USA and Canada. This book is the perfect travel companion, as it’ll help you plan your next spontaneous weekend getaway in style.

Product Details:

1. Bare Knitwear Travel Wrap in Grey, $299, available at Lynn Stevens

2. Instance Rapido Athletic Socks, $20, available at Lynn Stevens

3. Kora Organics by Miranda Kerr, $44, available at Net-a-Porter

4. Sole Society Cassidy Vegan Weekender, $69, available at Sole Society

5. Truffle Clarity Document Case, $44, available at Truffle

6. BKR Glass Water Bottle, $49, available at Nordstrom

7. Fresh Sugar Lip Polish, $29, available at Sephora

8. Indigo Feather Print Passport Case, $12, available at Chapters Indigo

9. Indigo Feather Print Luggage Tag, $14, available at Chapters Indigo

10. The New York Times 36 Hours: 150 Weekends in the USA and Canada, $16, available at Amazon

Ainsley Smith, Toronto, @ainsleysmithy

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Fashion Jobs – Gift Guide for Your Boss

Wednesday, December 21st, 2016

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Some names on your holiday list are harder to shop for than others. Like, what is an appropriate gift to get your boss? The person in your life who is part authority figure, part mentor, and part work confidant.  We know this can be tricky… you don’t want to go overboard and give other co-workers the idea that your brown noising your way up with work ladder. Instead you should try and opt for a thoughtful tokens of appreciation that say you care without pushing the boundaries. Don’t fret! The Style Nine to Five team has you covered. We’ve rounded up the 6 best gifts appropriate for your boss. 

Product Info:

1. Candle $84.00 Holt Renfrew

2. Water bottle $42.00 Swell

3. Desk Calendar $30.14  Etsy

4. Agenda $14.00 Shinola

5. Chocolate $9.95 Compartes

6. Mug Warmer $9.99  Bed Bath & Beyond

By: Jennifer Wilcox

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Fashion Jobs – Winter Shimmer

Wednesday, December 14th, 2016

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We’re seeing metallic everywhere. Its perfect for the holidays season, but how do you wear this top trend to work?

It’s finally December, and what better way to show your holiday cheer than to wear it? It’s time to set aside that maroon cable knit sweater, classic camel cashmere turtleneck, and fuzzy plaid blanket scarf, and get ready for shimmer season. You don’t have to wait until Christmas dinner or New Years eve to glisten.

As one of the top trends shown on the Fall 2016 runway, including Valentino’s green tint pleated skirt, Alexander McQueen’s gold metallic unicorn on a black mesh dress, and Dolce & Gabana’s gold floral embellished trench coat, metallic looks are the easiest way to decorate an outfit for the holidays. 

Use this seamless trend to make your own seasons greetings statement by adding shinning fabrics and chrome details to any outfit. Avoid the overdone loud sequins, and wear any of these iridescent pieces to add a little light to your day, with less sparkle and more shine.

Product info:

1. Zara Metallic Halter Neck Top, $46

2. Zara Herringbone Pleated Skirt, $50

3. Lavish Alice Metallic & Stripe Print Collarless Cape Blazer, $135, available at ASOS.com

4. Missguided Vice Metallic High Rise Skinny Jeans, $60, available at ASOS.com

5. Topshop Jacquard Pinafore Dress, $65

6. Urban Outfitters Metail Cuff Ponytail Holder, $14

7. MICHAEL KORS Claire Metallic Pump, $178

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By: Dia McLaughlin, Mississauga, @diamari3

Fashion Jobs – 10 Secret Santa Gifts Appropriate for the Workplace

Monday, December 12th, 2016

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An office Christmas party is a given, but participating in an office secret Santa exchange can be somewhat tricky. You want to be creative, funny, but most importantly you want to avoid making the wrong move that could result in a big public display of awkwardness. This year, with the help of the Style Nine to Five team, we’ve rounded up 10 thoughtful presents for your favourite work buddies.  Consider this a go to gift guide that’s guaranteed to impress. 

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1. Gingerbread Cookie Candle, $35 Etsy

An extremely luxurious gift for anyone in your work gang, enriched with nutrients and antioxidants this gift will win you major brownie points.

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2. Crosley Turntable $199.95, Crosley

This item takes a nod to the past and the perfect gift for a certain record loving friend. A record player is a great gift that will have your office buddies tuning in, and jamming out.

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3. Colouring book $20.30, Etsy

For the co-worker who sweats the small stuff; a colouring book. This is a great activity to do when they need to take a break from the 9- 5 hustle.

Eco Dot

4. Echo Dot $39.99, Amazon

For the colleague who would rather stay in and Netflix then go out, the Echo Dot is their gift. With its auto book reading capabilities, light control, and ability to call Domino’s pizza from the comfort of their bed, this is the ultimate present for your lazy friend.

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5. Saddle ring desk collection file folder $118, Anthropology

For the organized work spouse who is looking to continue their reign of best-dressed desk, there is a fashionable file folder.

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6. Succulent, Blush and Bloom

For the chill, earthy, and laid back coworker, a succulent plant is a great and affordable gift that requires little to no maintenance.

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7.Polaroid Camera $159.99 Polaroid

For the photography lover, opt for a digital Polaroid camera.

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By Jennifer Wilcox

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Fashion Jobs – 5 Office Christmas Party Outfit Ideas

Monday, December 5th, 2016

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Now that the holiday season has officially begun, the holiday parties will start to begin. But rather than wearing your typical office wear, now is your opportunity to take advantage of dressing up.  But it’s important to make sure your holiday party look is both festive and professional. 

To ensure you look your best this holiday season, we’ve put together five looks for every type of holiday party so you’ll be able to dazzle and shine wherever your office decides to deck the halls.

Look Number 1

1. Needle & Thread Sequined Top, $210, available at Net-a-Porter

2. Jimmy Choo Romy Heels, $618, available at SSENSE

3. Miss Selfridge Trousers, $60, available at John Lewis

Look Number 2

1. Dolce & Gabbana Fitted Blazer, $1,763, available at Far Fetch

2. Humble Chic Rhinestone Choker, $46, available at Humble Chic

3. Christian Louboutin So Kate, $795, available at Christian Louboutin

4. Raey Tank, $100, available at Matches Fashion

5. H&M Imitation Leather Leggings, $25, available at H&M

Look Number 3

1. Balenciaga Crepe Midi Skirt, $2,250, available at Net-a-Porter

2. Lands’ End Turtleneck, $59, available at Lands’ End

3. Jimmy Choo Romy Suede Pumps, $595, available at Matches Fashion

Look Number 4

1. DVF Jumpsuit, $234, available at DVF

2. Stella McCartney Tuxedo Blazer, $1,795, available at Stella McCartney

3. Shoe Dazzle Arnita pumps, $59, available at Shoe Dazzle

Look Number 5

1. Emilio De La Morena dress, $930, available at Avenue 32

2. Manolo Blahnik Pumps, $1,376, available at Neiman Marcus

3. Bauble Bar Moonrock Drop Earrings, $58, available at Bauble Bar

 

By Ainsley Smith, Toronto, @ainsleysmithy

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