1 Sheath Dress & 3 Jackets

Hello Everybody,

Today at the Headquarters I am playing with a classic black sheath dress and different jacket types:

 

{No. 1} The Classic Type

I keep it all black and matching dress and blazer. The shape of the jacket is square with 3/4th arm length. I add a feather brooch to give the outfit more elegance and statement.

Today at the Headquarters

Today at the Headquarters

 

{No. 2} The Printed Wool Blazer

With a simple dress such as the black sheath dress you basically can pair any kind of print blazer with it. This blazer has a classic cut that buttons in the front and reaches the hips. There is pockets on the sides as well. I wear it unbuttoned for a more relaxed look.

Today at the Headquarters

Today at the Headquarters

{No. 3} The Statement Blazer

The statement blazer is an eye-catcher item. It comes with a bold color and/or dramatic cut. This one has accentuated shoulder pads and a dramatic collar. Although the length and overall style is similar to the classic blazer, it is the details that make it stand out. A sheath dress is a perfect partner for the statement blazer.

Today at the Headquarters

Today at the Headquarters

I prefer simple elegant pumps with the sheath dress. It is a classic chic look that let’s you come front professional in any business relation.

Today at the Headquarters

Have a great Monday!

Yay, Corinna.

 


{#businessoutfit}


Sheath Dress // similar Calvin Klein

{No. 1} The Classic Type // similar Hallhuber

{No. 2} The Printed Wool Blazer // More & More

{No. 3} The Statement Blazer // Ted Baker

Heels “Soft Calf Pumps” // J.Lindeberg

Ring // Ringly


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