Skip to main content

Casual Friday Orange Work Outfit

Yes; post on a Thursday in time for Friday!
I guess by now you realize that I have a pretty neat workplace that allows me to express my creativity in fashion especially on a Friday. Since it was declared that this was the pantone year of Tangerine Tango, I thought I should bring out more of my orange outfits to play. Now for work you want to still be work appropriate so I kept the sleeves intact and the dress hem not too short. I toned down the bright orange with brown accessories and the office ready but still sexy pumps. The hair was combed high up in a simple pony tail that allowed my medium length hair to fall elegantly down to my shoulders. Hope you enjoy the look! Let me know how you are rocking your orange outfits, whether it be for work or play! 
Remind me to wear sunglasses next time!
Dress: Za (Bought from Exsuzia in Trincity Mall)
Shoes: BCBGeneration, colour: Rose wood (bought from Tip Toes in Long Circular Mall)
Bag: (bought from Amazon)
Happy Casual Orange!
XOXO
Naomi

Comments

  1. Very nice outfit! Love your shoes! XO

    ReplyDelete
  2. The dress is lovely, but the shoes!!! Love them!

    ReplyDelete
  3. those shoes are too cute! love them

    ReplyDelete
  4. Oh wow those are very beautiful .Your excitement is clearly justified! I want to tell youtrue religion shorts is my favorite and hope you can come in and see.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. No true religion here1 I'll have to wait until i travel

      Delete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Easy Pineapple Upside Down Cake

Hello Bakers! I've been quite the busy bee lately baking up a storm in my baking classes. Today's post is a simple pineapple upside down cake. Enjoy!

Revlon Sculpting Blush Palette in Pink

I have never been so disappointed in a Revlon product before… until now! Maybe I chose the wrong colour for my skin-tone but there are so many other things about this palette that makes me think I should have bought some more lip butters instead. Let’s start with what I do love about the palette. It’s simple black compact that has the same sleek look as the other Revlon photo-ready items. I find a highlighter, contour shade and blush in one palette is a great idea too. Having more blush colour in terms of quantity with smaller sections for the highlighter and contour makes perfect sense since I will use more of the blush anyway. The colours as they appear in the pan look perfectly coordinated to work with each other. You get a small brush with soft bristles in your kit to ensure you can just pop this in your bag and you’re off.  In the sunlight Now here is where it all goes downhill like Jack and Jill with their pail of water. Let’s start with the swatches which made me think twic

Marble Hearts: BCD Nail Art Challenge (Day 13)

Today's challenge utilizes the technique of dry water marbling to create your pattern. I'm doing a twist of it but doing a needle drag i.e using a needle or any fine point for just a smidgen of swirl to the colours used.