Adding A Splash Of Style To Corporate Wear With Girls’ Generation’s Sooyoung


Adding A Splash Of Style To Corporate Wear With Girls' Generation's Sooyoung
Adding A Splash Of Style To Corporate Wear With Girls' Generation's Sooyoung

  Tired of wearing the usual black blazer and slacks combo for her your next office attire? Fret no more! Here we’ve got some of Sooyoung’s exquisite styling choices that would add color and variation to your everyday corporate wear.

COLORED BLAZER You have to go easy with this one because putting the wrong color swatches together might be your next big mistake.

In this photo, Sooyoung effortless wears an all-pink blazer and trouser ensemble.

Mostly, when people shop for things to wear to the office they opt for safe choices such as black blazers and neutral slacks.

That shouldn’t be a case.

Don’t be afraid to add a bit of color.

Who said office attires had to be dull? Style tip: pairing corporate looks with sneakers could look verily chic.

CRISP WHITE TOP You can never go wrong with the classic white button-down shirt.

It’s a style must-have wherever you go, and for any occasion.

But play up the classics a bit with a more varied design of the classic WBD.

Take Sooyoung’s kimono-inspired white top for instance.

It pretty much resembles the WBD but with a different structure and minus the buttons.

Pair it up with a high-waist skirt and you’ll like the absolute classy “Miss Independent”.

TUNIC DRESS We really love Sooyoung’s look in this photo simply because of its being minimalistic.

Sometimes, such as in serious business meetings or even in law school, having too much color in you could make you look out of place.

This black structured tunic dress is very classic and sophisticated and requires very minimal accessories to stand out on its own.

TROUSERS Give your legs a rest and skip the skinny jeans.

Opt for trousers that match your body type for that classic office-ready beauty.

Instead of basic colors, you can also work with different patters such as the houndstooth, the Glen plaid, or tartan.

 

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