Disclosure: Items in this post were provided to me. All thoughts about these items are completely my own.
Today I am pleased to present a special post featuring two completely different looks to get this week started right! Each look features an item from Misook, a line that features classic pieces from breathable, no cling knits that are figure flattering and perfect for the office, and beyond. Use the code MSK1291 – Valid across entire Misook site through the month of December!
The first item I am wearing is a black sheath dress. This dress is such a classic and an item that should be in every woman’s wardrobe, in my opinion. The little black dress can be styled for the office with blazers, cardigans, or a knit jacket like I am wearing here. For more casual looks, layer with a moto, denim, or bomber jacket. No matter how you style it, you will love the versatility of this dress. The knit fabric is machine washable, fade and stretch resistant, and wrinkle free. So perfect for business travel options, or just running late with no time to iron!
Necklace – Loft Bracelets – Essentially Raine
Jacket – Ann Taylor
The second item I am styling is a tie-neck tank. Y’all know I am a huge fan of tie-neck blouses and this one compliments my wardrobe wonderfully. I really like the wide, dramatic tie detail and the fact this top is sleeveless, as that works well for me under blazers and other jackets. I will certainly be styling this tank with skirts, jeans, and dressy shorts in the future. The Misook collection of clothing is meant to be mixed, matched, and layered over the seasons. That is one of the fantastic things about classic pieces – they are wardrobe workhorses.
Blazer – Loft
Trousers – Loft
Shoes – Maripe
Misook has a beautiful collection of jackets, tanks, dresses, skirts, blouses, and pants. All the essentials you need to build the foundation to any wardrobe are available at the click of a mouse. Misook is offering a 25% promo exclusively to my readers – just in time for the holiday! Use the code MSK1291 through the month of December.