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Project 365 2011 - Photo #210

Workwear

Here are some work-wear tips from the Female magazine, July 2011 issue:

- Cropped pants are perfect for creating a smart, streamlined finish. Choose one that hugs your body for a fuss-free, serious look.

- Pair boldly-colored pants with a serious shirt and throw a neutral blazer over to offset the contrast. Frame your outfit with equally solid shoes and bags, and choose a minimalistic accessory to stand out from an otherwise boring look.

- Printed chiffon blouses instantly lend an interesting touch to a strong, solid look. Tuck it into your pants for a more refined look, and finish with a belt to accentuate your hips.

- Luxe materials such as viscose and satin are great starters to achieving a polished, elegant look anytime.

- Work loud, fun-colored pants by looking for strong, structured shirts and blazers; complement the look with soft, neutral accessories to finish.

- Offset a strong color-block outfit with accessories in earthy tones. When paired with nude hues, let your outfit be the center of attention. For a smarter look, button up the collars and finish with a dark waist belt.

- Apart from soft, solid colors, lightweight fabrics also help tone down the sharpness of colored pants. Use a white shirt or jacket to balance up the colors in your look. For a little twist, pair it with a pastel-colored shirt and finish with a belt to define your waist.

- Do pair your pants with structured, solid neutrals; it's the safest way to add seriousness to an otherwise playful look.

- Don't try a multi-colored look for your get-up. Leave that for a weekend occasion instead.

Check out more workwear tips from the June 2011 issue.


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