Spring is a great time to clean out your closet and reward yourself with a few new pieces. For someone working in a business setting, you have to be careful with what pieces are not only season appropriate but work appropriate as well even when shopping for business casual. Here are five new pieces to update your workwear this spring and yes, all under $50!
A New Blazer
A collarless blazer in anything other than black is the way to go. Skip bold or loud colors as they not only get dated quickly but run the risk of not being work appropriate.
Sheath dresses are a no-fail classic in a work environment. This $30 find is a great deal for both spring and summer for work, after work networking events and even a few social events like engagement parties and bridal showers.
Not everyone is into classic pearl necklaces or bracelets but this piece is a great subtle way to reintroduce a classic in a more modern way.
The Pastel Shopper
Your work bag says a lot about you but you can never go wrong with a tote or a shopper. The ultimate carry all gets a fresh makeover in a soft mint color but if this seems like too much color for a conservative setting, it also comes in white and basic black.
Classic pumps are a staple but soft pink pumps are a must. This is a great and subtle way to throw in a bit of color in an otherwise neutral wardrobe. Bonus tip: they look amazing paired with navy.
This post is written as part of a collaboration with Organizada*, the planner that allows you to get the most out of business and one that allows me to do all that I have without going nuts. In fact, without the support and business advice that I get from Mamihood Media and Sili M. Recio, the creator of Organizada, I wouldn’t have come as far as I have. There are a lot of things that goes on behind the scenes of running a business, running a blog, writing for several digital outlets, and effectively running a household. I wear many hats so organization is key. Check out the Kickstarter that I’ve backed in support and please get one for yourself.
*I was not compensated for this post nor the series that will be written on behalf of this collaboration. I write this because I believe in the services that I’ve rendered and in this planner that is helping me get my work to the next level. I, too, have made my pledge.