Happy Friday! Today I'll be sharing how I changed up the look of one of my favorite pants from Banana Republic. I've had OMT Clinic and standardized patient encounters back-to-back (Wednesday - Thursday) so I've been loving pairing these pants with different tops. Okay - I can't be the only one that wears pants twice right? I change out of my business casual clothes right away because I love being comfy in my leggings - who else is with me? The looks might seem similar to some of you, but I think changing up the color of my top gives a completely different look (in my opinion). Side note: The pink blouse and navy pants was what I wore to my interview at my medical school! (Plus a the matching blazer + black low-height heels).
The top you see above is from Ann Taylor and the pants are from BR (like mentioned above) - the Martin Fit. I love the combination of the soft pink and navy blue and how the colors are contrasting. I tend to not wear both dark colors for top and bottom. Also, I tend to stick with solid tops but this one has some small polka dots on it. It's hard to see in the picture but in person it's a very cute and dainty detail. My shoes are from Old Navy - they're not the MOST comfortable in terms of the foot bed, but I can't complain because they don't give me blisters! Lastly, I'm wearing the Chain of Hope necklace from Benevolence LA.
This second outfit is one of my favorite outfits. I always tell myself "OKAY - you wear too much blue" but I CANNOT help it. I love a good blue outfit - like a light chambray top and dark-wash skinnies AHHH! So this is like a translation of that, but more professional haha! The top is the only thing that changed and it's from The Limited. The necklace is from Benevolence LA and I'm loving the opal with the blue tones of the outfit. You can't see the belt in the first picture as much, but it's a black patent leather belt with gold hardware from BR. The gold hardware on it is probably my fave!
I hope these give you some style inspo for your next business casual outfit! Dressing up in business casual attire does not have to be a drab, y'all ;)
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