Blazer (similar): Bebe/ Necklace (similar): JCPenny/ Shirt (similar): Ross Dress For Less (store) Self Esteem (designer)/ Pants (similar): Gap/ Heels (similar): DSW (store) Joe's Jeans (designer)/ Purse (similar): TJ Maxx (store) Rachel Roy (designer)
T-shirts can often be thought of as too casual for work, however, if you pair it with a pair of patterned dress pants and a crisp white blazer, then you are able to make it look more professional. Adding a bold statement necklace that incorporates hues from the print on the shirt allows the attention to be brought to your face, which is great if you sit behind a desk all day and most people only see your upper half. Heels that are practical, yet still fashion forward are a must for any work look. These ones tied into the colors of the shirt, while a black handbag didn't overwhelm the outfit, but was roomy enough to hold all your workday essentials. How will you mix things up by styling a graphic t-shirt in your work look? Tell me in the comments below!