- Pair unexpected colors for modern suiting (camel blazer and red pants)
- You can wear pattern. You can wear short (opaque tights help keep things appropiate) things. The difference between looking finished or not lies in the details: gorgeous, groomed hair; a structured bag; and classic killer heels.
Cosmopolitan - May 2011
- Denim gets all sophisticated when it hooks up with a drapey silk blouse and a chunky bracelet.
- Paired with a tailored blazer, a mini skirt seems suddenly professional. A low heel downplays your showing a lot of leg.
- Disguise a t-shirt's casual vibe by tucking it into a pencil skirt and belting it at the waist.
Instyle - July 2011
- Impress work associates in a dark sheath with flashes of brilliance.
- Turn on the glow with a form-fitting dress in a shimmery fabric. The touches of gold at your wrist and on your bag and heels make it clear you know how to shine.
- For a twist on the tuxedo, try dramatic black draped with a soft white cowl to light up your face. Echo the black-and-white with your purse; then add sexy sandals.
Glamour - September 2011
- For a corporate job wear things that flatter, but aren't revealing, like a classic sheath dress. No cleavage, but arms are okay.
- A one-piece (jumpsuit) for work is possible. Add a blazer to look pulled together, not pajama party.