In today’s world, a more relaxed attitude about dress codes has a meaning to have more fun with your styling sense. In such a situation, there comes the burden of what to wear and what not to wear? We even wish to have someone who can guide us on the same. We end up undecided, standing in front of the wardrobe. Ahh! The daily dilemma I would say.
Looking at the situation, we are here to help on seven outfit ideas for the entire week. For sure, we can guarantee you to look the most stylish woman in the room, no matter where you are.
Moon-day, as we named it, starting of the week. These beige coordinates are the favourites of the house. This 3 piece co-ord set is a must-have this season.It has comfortable high-waisted pants softening the blow of leaving your weekend athleisure behind. This crisp co-ord looks smart teamed with a scintillating blazer. Try this look to stand out of the group.
Swing into something classic (yet fresh) with a colour of blue. This combo is the picture of understated elegance and sets a sophisticated tone for the week ahead. The cool blue colour refreshes the soul and radiates the sensual look. A subtle removal of the jacket helps you effortlessly transition into the sunset hours for date nights or casual outings.
Jumpsuits on a Wednesday work well. But just make sure the colour and texture should make you and others feel energetic. We make sure this Black Round Neck Long Sleeves Jumpsuit is going to bring out the confidence you. If you are feeling low, need some energy during the mid-week, try this look. Also, you can give it a different vibe by adding some accessories from your wardrobe. Because accessories give a nice touch to any outfit. Even it can add a wow factor to a regular dress too.
This time of the week gives a feeling where we can sight the weekend, right? One can sense it. A skirt paired with a top would work great in this time. Pairing it with boots gives a classy look, although you can pair it sneakers to give a young sporty look. These kinds of outfits give a semi-formal tone to your look. One can easily switch the look with a change in shoes. Carrying a blazer along with the outfit will do great at work. And the Blazer/ Jacket can always be tossed aside for a coffee later.
Here comes Friday, finally. I feel to rename this day as the blessed day of the week. At many workplaces, they mention Friday dressing, others do not specify as such. But this does not mean we do not get a chance to take out the White Trousers. Wear this elegant Side Slit Trouser with a Striped Blue round Neck Top to give a complete Friday look. Add on a blazer to go for a formal look of the situation and place demands. Even if you are wearing this outfit in the office and have a party or outing planned soon after that. Pick a party top or Peplum top with the trousers into your work bag and slip into it after office.
You can finally relax on this day, with the busy week behind you. There might be a get-together planned evenings or date night coming up. Plan out ahead for the occasion. Shine out the Saturday with the glittery look or add some velvety look in the planner when you plan out for this day. Paint the town with this One Sleeve & Bardot dress. You will feel sensual whether you’re saddled up to the bar or making the rounds between venues.
How does the ‘comfortable dress look’ sound for Sunday? It has to make you feel calm, right? After a hell lot of work done, stressed out week, balancing work and outings and another Monday coming up. Just slip into this Neck Lace Solid Mini Dress and a pair of sandals or sneakers to make yourself comfortable. You feel like going out, or not, depending on how you are feeling. Hang out with your friends, sit at home reading a book, working on your art, this look perfectly matches everything.
Basically, the concept was to make you understand how you can plan out your week and the outfits. It is not that difficult to plan for different looks for the whole week. By doing this you can save time by planning ahead. You are then ready to take on the new week with energy and enthusiasm.