The weekend is over and it’s time to get ready for work, in my opinion there’s no need to hate Mondays just endeavor to dress like a boss; with that said here are 6 corporate attires that should take you through the week
@Prissyville’s look is just the perfect head spinner for a Monday, the somewhat animal like print dress paired with the crisscross heels, black belt with gold head and over coat just makes this the right corporate attire for a Monday.
Still on the Coat/Blazer trend our woman crush Wednesday # Funkillish looks amazeballs in her white lace bustier type midriff which she pairs with a pencil skirt and white stiletto. This look is just right for a corporate attire on a Tuesday and it says you are a boss but a sexy one.
This is another all white corporate attire and Miss Enocha kills this look, she pairs a high waist bootleg pants with a body con top and a sleeveless kimono jacket finishing off with a leopard skin bag. This look says to me “am sexy and fierce so don’t mess with me” Perfect for a Wednesday.
Now Stephanie Cokers look is simple and chic, a white dress paired with a lilac sandal heel and this simply says sensual and ease, also a perfect combo for a corporate attire on a Wednesday.
Get ready for the weekend with Thiana Madere’s style as she pairs a simple white dress with a white gold bejeweled waist coat and killer army print boots. This looks gives off a super strong persona.
Fridays are toned down, chill and playful and Sharon Mundia’s black tank top paired with a legging and a kimono, finished off with a lovely crisscross shoe and handbag makes it an amazing look for Friday.[yop_poll id=”687″]
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