Hey Lovelies

Whatever happened to good all fashioned suit? Well I don’t think there’s anyone who’s asking this question anymore as women have now broken out of the norm they were roped in. As much as one wants to look respectable in an outfit you can do that without an old-fashion suit.

Don’t get me wrong, we totally love a well tailored suit… who wouldn’t especially after seeing the movie Kingsman but there are other ways you can look respectable and great to work. Check out this great corporate look-book compilation and yes we have a pant suit idea you can be inspired by;

Some people have wondered how to wear long skirts to work; well Pam Madlala pulls off a white long side slit skirt with a pussy bow blouse and cool heels.


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Wearing suits shouldn’t be limited to pinstripes and blue’s; Charity rocks a red suit, white shirt with pearls which definitely speaks more on her personality.


Everyone loves a good peplum because it accentuates your waist and gives you a hip-illusion however many of us like the more plain look; Chichi shows you that your peplum shouldn’t be plain at all.


Remember we showed you how to wear bright colors because you can? Here’s another great example from docdiva- you can however do without the prints.


Deconstructed shirts are the in thing now but what makes them so grand is how unique they are; Karen shows that you can wear the deconstructed shirt to work while maintaining a respectable look.


You shouldn’t be afraid of pairing two shades of yellow especially if one is patterned as patterns give another look entirely just like Pokello’s perfect combo.


The independence fever is still brewing and Veronica Odeka’s layering style needs a special award-go with something green to keep the patriotism alive. 


Many people avoid brown and black combination but if you put it together fabulously well like this fashionista then you are on track.


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