How To Style Runway For Business

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Speaking of summer and styles, the Louis Vuitton Cruise Collection 2015 is simply beautiful. I wish I would be a read-head girl…such a big trend this year and probably lasting. So, to all my redheaded beauties: it is your time to shine!

TATH Business Outfits

In May the LV Cruise show presented in Monaco a 2015 “Zwischenkollektion” – sort of an in-between the seasons collection that is absolutely stunning and ready-to-wear. It is meant for the winter-travellers seeking the sun. I admit, that I simply cannot wait to wear dark and baby pink as Nicolas Ghesquière (successor of Marc Jacobs) designed this new trend. His Cruise Collection is “a game of colors” where he mixes orange with yellow and see blue, as well as baby pink with dark pink trousers. The cut out pants really make a statement as the legs are not skinny-shaped as usual.

TATH Business Outfits

Watch the full fashion show here and fall in love with the majestic looks.

From runway to real life: I found a pair of pink trousers in my closet, yay, and channel it with my purple shirt to create the LV inspired look. Just the belt is missing, but I also like the breeziness of it hanging loose. So, do you think I can pull this outfit off at work? Maybe it is good for a casual day without too many official meetings.

Team up this business outfit with a white blazer and nude pumps to underscore the on-duty feel. For today, peep toes will be okay, it is summer.

TATH Business Outfits

Have a great day!

Disclaimer: Everything on my blog is my personal opinion and bought with my own money. All outfits I wear on my blog, I actually wear at work.

© // 2015

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