Welcome to your 20 Something's... From Happy Hours to Baby Showers
Posted by Erin Flynn on April 4, 2012 at 6:08 PM
Your 20 somethings can be a highly frustrating and confusing time when deciding on what to wear. While half of your friends are happily getting married and starting a family, the other half seem to be actively dating via Match.com and/or climbing higher up on the career ladder.
Needless to say, if you’re one of the girls stuck in the middle dressing from happy hours to baby showers can be somewhat complicated. Having a wardrobe with clothes that can easily transition from going out to office wear to celebratory showers is a technique many of us have trouble mastering.
So grab a much needed cocktail, some fashion advice, and get ready to mark your summer calendars because your mid 20's have officially arrived!
Fashion Tips: From Happy Hours to Baby Showers
Add Basic Essentials:
- One Skirt/ One Dress (above the knee, below the thigh)
- Dress Pant (jazz it up with a color)
- White Tee/Button-Up
- Closed Toed Heels/Flats (nude goes with anything and everything)
Layer & Lose:
- Statement Jewelry (keep them in your desk drawer)
- Printed/Colorful Scarves (works through out the summer months)
- Colorful Blazer (wear from day to night)
- Printed Cardigan (layer over a shiny top to transition to at a later time)
- Closed Toed Pointed Flats (a transitionable shoe from day to night)
- Maxi Dresses & Skirts Have Never Been More Age Appropriate (use this to your advantage)
- Know the Dress Code (is it casual or dressy)
- Try a Colored Pant with a Blazer (party on the bottom, business up top)
Erin Flynn is a Huffington Post blogger, entrepreneur, and sweet tea addict that happens to be the creator ofRighting Style: Expose Yourself. She’s one of the co-founders building a new “fashion democracy”, otherwise known as the love triangle for bloggers, readers, and brands. After running her own fashion blog,Reality Chic, for over two years she got to experience the ins and outs of what it truly means to be a blogger. She hopes to create an eco-system around bloggers where they feel that the work their putting in is worth something. She wants to do this by using Righting Style as the place to teach brands the best way to engage & match them with the right bloggers to work with on future campaigns.