How To Wear Corporate California Chic

Hello Everybody! This week I was on a business trip to see a corporate partner in Los Angeles and observed what corporate fashion looks like in southern California. One thing being for sure, although this area can get pretty chic and dressed up at night time, it seams the office hours are more casual than a German corporation would probably ever experience these days.

Today at the Headquarters

Today at the Headquarters

 

A simple day dress, sunnies and heels – no problem. The sun is shining non-stop anyways, even in late November, and you will never ever walk anywhere or even take public transportation meaning wearing heels is practically great all day.

Today at the Headquarters

Today at the Headquarters

Corporate-Center

Today at the Headquarters

 

The great thing about this type of dress style is, it also works well in flats. You already know my Kennel & Schmenger bright enamel shoes – I wear them day and night time all around the year.

For some jobs, this dress style might seem a bit short, and you are right, but here in SoCal it feels fine to me. Paired with light black tights (15 den) I really like it. I’ve heard from my New Yorker friend, that American girls don’t really ever wear tights and I replied: “you girls must have awesome legs and never freeze!”. I really can suggest them as they shape your legs in a beneficial way. Unless you are training in the gym multiple times a week and are blessed with well trained legs and skin, tights will become your best dressing option making you look better.

Today at the Headquarters

Today at the Headquarters

Today at the Headquarters

Today at the Headquarters

Today at the Headquarters

Enjoy being pretty cool corporate!

Corinna

 


 OUTFIT


Dress // BCBGMaxazria

Pumps // J. Lindeberg

Leather Jacket // Bebe

Jewelry // Hip’tique

Sunnies “HALL”// Warby Parker


Location // South California Corporate Area, USA


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