Work It In Style
I haven't owned a suit in, well, I can't remember how many years. I've learned you don't have to wear a suit to make a powerful impression. Stand tall, speak well, have a firm handshake and you could nab an interview, land that deal, or score that job. We prefer to make that impression in a splash of color.
Diane Von Furstenberg 'Jeannie' Dress (Blue), $375 Nordstrom
Ted Baker London 'Wallpaper' Dress, $295 Nordstrom
Lauren Scharf's Pick
Jack by BB Dakota William Pencil Skirt (Blue) - $58 Zappos
Pencil skirts and a nice blazer feel like a standard for me in the work place, but especially around this time of year, I like to leave the boring old Black & White for the suits. This vibrant blue, lacy skirt is all the color I need to break through the mundane look of the strictly-business-as-usual office attire. Plus, I like the way it fits tight but doesn't snag or bunch like longer skirts.
Christina Moffitino's Pick
iPad Mini Case, $32 Etsy
My iPad is my handy dandy study tool when I'm at school all day. I wanted a case that kept it safe but had still had some style to it. I love this studded leather case I found on Etsy because it looks like a clutch! It gives me all the more reason to bust it out and take on those finals I have this week!