This masterful mix and match pairs three key pieces to create a professional yet approachable style.
Swap the trousers for a pencil skirt and add a belt. Now the same printed blouse and jacket have a fresh vibe.
Because it is the quintessential wardrobe staple, every woman needs a LBD (little black dress). This one has a fun asymmetrical hemline and has been paired with a dusty rose blouse for a work-to-play look.
When it’s time to look well suited, pair the checked blazer and pants with a light-toned blouse for an outfit that’s boardroom appropriate.
Dorothee Schumacher dusty rose pant.
Dorothee Schumacher blazer in dusty rose.
Marie Saint Pierre Bilger pencil skirt.
Dorothee Schumacher printed blouse.
Craven little black dress.
Dorothee Schumacher pink blouse with bow.
Dorothee Schumacher printed pant.
Dorothee Schumacher checkered blazer.
Dorothee Schumacher checkered trouser.
Throw a blazer over your LBD and it’s off to the office for the day. Remove the jacket and add some jewelry to be ready for an evening on the town without having to go home to change first. For an upto-date look, pair with a nude pump, rather than a black one.
Detailing in the pink blazer ensures that this monochromatic combo is on trend and prevents it from seeming too precious.
Pairing three different prints in one outfit is a bold statement. When you feel daring, make sure to pick garments in complementary colours. Prints should be different shapes and sizes to work in harmony.
Keep it simple with a light coloured blouse and patterned pants for a more casual work look or when it’s time for coffee with friends on a Saturday morning.