Monday is usually the most serious day of the week at any workplace. Meetings are plenty and there is substantial running around to do which makes a non-fussy outfit like a peplum black top, polka dot pencil skirt and black ballerinas all thrown in together the most comfortable, stylish and 70s inspired look you can put together. And yes don't forget the daily notes dairy to make the rest of your week simpler.
Tuesdays are just an extension of Mondays and so you need to be in your corporate best but then you can add some sparkle through your silver ballerinas to an otherwise serious outfit of a pink plaid top and a simple grey pencil skirt. The key here is to keep most items in your outfit of a common colour and then add the ballerinas in a sparkly finish of the same or similar colour.
Add a pop of colour to your Wednesday outfit by pairing a sleeveles white shirt with blue pants and ballerinas and accessories in orange. Just one bright colour can make a huge difference to the brightness of your outfit. This outfit is perfect for the casual vibe setting in by mid week and also for taking you from a work day to a partying night at the various ladies nights happening around town.
As the week starts coming to a close, Thursdays are usually the busy days with meetings happening outside office with clients and all so that we may conclude on things before the week ends and maybe have a Friday to do all reverts. Thursdays on the personal front are also usually date nights for a lot of people or dinner nights with friends and this outfit is perfect for the day, while the blazer can just come off for the night. You don't need to carry around anything extra to make the change, The contrast of this bright blue with white is a stunning combination and the white and gold ballerinas are just perfect.
Fridays are the most chilled out days as far as dressing goes. Everybody wants to finish their work and not have anything pending for the weekend. Also most offices have a casual dressing code for Fridays which makes dressing up so much fun. Wear a printed pair of palazzos with a nice top, some accessories and nice gold ballerinas and look chic in your casual best.
See how simple it is for you to wear ballerinas at work without looking out of place :) You can mix and match as per the vibe and dressing culture at your workplace, but these basics work for anything. Dress your outfit further up with a blazer or replace your skirts with a pair of jeans, and you can still wear the same ballerinas and pull the look off!
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