When *certain* people say “dress like a woman”, we say “dress like a creative… dress like you.” However, since spring is just around the corner (I hope) we have to dress “transitionally.”
Even though the words “heat” and “spring” seem like a faraway concept in the northern hemisphere, online retailers are here to remind us that we need to make room in our wardrobes again – the triptych of March-April-May is closer than we think. So, for all the lady-creatives out there, here is a humble piece of sartorial inspo for agency life, and beyond!
|Super Speed Printed T-Shirt
Dress like the superhero that you are, but in badass peach pastels. You feel the creative juices flowing, right?
|Jury Mid-Heel Shoes
You know the old adage:”Give a woman the trendiest shoes and she can conquer clients.” When the solution is so simple, who’s afraid of the pitching process anymore?
|Asymmetric Godet Shirt
Yes, yes… Sleeves and intricate forms are all the rage these days. But make it count, with a classic piece with a twist.
|Softy Grab Bag
The best invention in recent years – the grab bag that carries us seamlessly through our day-to-day unbearable (pun intended) tasks.
|Eternal Long-Sleeve Ruffle Top
Romantic rationalists of the world unite (and get dressed in comfy, casual ruffles).
Nothing screams “spring” at the top of its lungs like a pair of lavender suede loafers. Nothing!
|Indigo Ring Jeans
Give non-adolescent streetwear a run for its money, with an uber-modern cropped pair of cool jeans.
|Striped Dress by Adidas Originals
And now, give post-adolescent streetwear a run for its money with a revisited maxi dress bearing the iconic Adidas logo. Feels like 2000 again, no?
That’s all for this week. Next, week we’ll return with sartorial advice for our male counterparts. Ahoy!
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