I am a firm believer that you should regularly consult with & update your life and in my case, wardrobe
I believe this for a couple of reasons...
Can we talk about my major girl crush Yasmin Sewell?
Not only is she a style icon to millions (including myself) but she has just collaborated with Barneys New York on an epic capsule collection. SWOON!
For those who are unaware of Sewell and why I think she deserves fashion god status. She is a fashion consultant, buyer, former boutique owner and general chic girl about town.
Something I noticed during the latest round fashion weeks has been the emergence of an anti-trend that seems to be taking over the sartorial spectrum.
This all stemmed from an interesting and insightful article from Vogue that ended up confirming an aesthetic I had already subscribed to . Fans of the look are well aware of this ideal; Clean, androgynous lines, in neutral colours, most notably healthy variations of beige, grey. black and cream. But what does this all mean?
I have come to realise (with pretending to be a grown up and all) that how you dress for work is rather important.
I have always tried to dressed appropriately for work and have found that having a uniformed approach to workwear has helped me a great deal in navigating the murky waters of a corporate dress code.