# Work It: My Work Attire "Formula"

### Thursday, January 2, 2014

First of all, sorry for the math reference. Math just makes my stomach hurt. But I really do have a standard formula for work attire and I couldn't really escape using that reference. :)

When I get up in the morning, I don't want to spend a lot of time worrying about what I'm going to wear to work. If I have a standard "formula" or "recipe" I stick to, it makes things a lot easier and a lot less stressful. I've found that I'm the most comfortable using the following work wear formula:

This is what works for ME. (This may not work for everyone!) And this equation doesn't also mention the other things I wear like a camisole under the cardigan or tights in the winter. But you get the basic gist of it....

Now, this isn't to stay that I stick to it ALL the time, but it's definitely something I use most days. And even though this is my standard, I will sometimes swap out items within the formula. For example, maybe one day I wear dress pants instead of a pencil skirt or perhaps I go with a button down instead of a cardigan. But having that basic equation to plug items into really helps!

Do you have a work wear "formula"?

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When I get up in the morning, I don't want to spend a lot of time worrying about what I'm going to wear to work. If I have a standard "formula" or "recipe" I stick to, it makes things a lot easier and a lot less stressful. I've found that I'm the most comfortable using the following work wear formula:

**The Formula = Cardigan + Pencil skirt + Shoes (heels or flats) + Statement Necklace**

This is what works for ME. (This may not work for everyone!) And this equation doesn't also mention the other things I wear like a camisole under the cardigan or tights in the winter. But you get the basic gist of it....

Now, this isn't to stay that I stick to it ALL the time, but it's definitely something I use most days. And even though this is my standard, I will sometimes swap out items within the formula. For example, maybe one day I wear dress pants instead of a pencil skirt or perhaps I go with a button down instead of a cardigan. But having that basic equation to plug items into really helps!

Do you have a work wear "formula"?

edit

Perfect formula and very office appropriate. The statement necklace on Instagram is gaw-jus!

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I love your math formula!! This outfit is perfect for work for any fashionista!

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