When you get to a place where you find your closet is full of things you can't part with, and is filled with pieces you like, there are still ways to prolong the use of the items. We've all heard the 3 R's "Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle" but when it comes to our wardrobes, we've tweaked the saying a bit- "Reorganize, Refine, and Rejuvenate."
A classic work ensemble that can translate in almost any office space.
An easy work dress with a little extra comfort added through a sweater.
The pefect look for a casual day, complete with comfy trainers.
Another casual look with a little edge thanks to the leather jacket.
A look built for leisure and comfort. A classic jumpsuit made a bit more formal with some of out favorite heels.
We made work wear a bit more leisurely by stealing the loafers and unbuttoning the dress to use as a layering piece. Add a new bag and you're all set!
Back to leisure again with classic jeans, a light blush blouse and a denim jacket. We added a little interest in the form of a choker as well...
A look for leisure that may do for work as well. We twisted the look of a classic pencil skirt by adding a scarf and leather jacket.
We took casual to work by adding trainers and our well-loved leather to a classic look, elevating its edge a bit.
Getting leisure to work by transitioning our heels and throwing a denim jacket into the mix of another essential look.
Taking leisure to work again by dressing up our tee and skirt with a trench coat.
Dressing up our casual jeans with our work dress and shoes to create a perfect look for leisure.
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