Good morning everyone!

For the modern woman, a lot of social activity spills into the workweek and unfortunately our 8 to 5 jobs aren’t shrinking accordingly. In this light, we find ourselves having to work around outfits that fabulously take us through a day packed with meetings, to an after-hours rooftop meetup. This brings me to the second outfit hack.. (In case you missed the first, catch it here)



All hail the Jumpsuit!

I LOVE jumpsuits, mainly for two reasons:

  1. The ease! I literally throw one on and get to stepping, knowing that I look smart and well put together.
  2. Versatility is really where the jumpsuit swoops in for the win and by the end of this post, you might just agree with me 🙂

For the office look, I went a little matchy-matchy, with a gold-brown lippie to match my coat and a red tote bag to match the red stripes on my shoes 🙂

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Dakroom Photography



For the evening look, I loosened up. Literally. When I initially got this jumpsuit, the neckline was as low as seen in the picture above, but because I wanted to be able to wear it for more than just evening occasions, I got a press-button fixed as seen in the Office Meeting pictures.

I also opted for a neck piece that’s a little less conservative, cuffed the pants for a more casual look, kicked back with some fun print heels and went a notch higher with a bold lip.

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Jumpsuit: Stars Joaillere

Coat: Thrift (Gikomba Market)

Neck Piece (Old): Woolworths- Junction Mall

Tote Bag: Bought From Sissy When She Used To Sell

Lippie: “Cinnamon Spice” by Milani- from His and Hers Scents

Heels: Here


Neck Piece: Unique Accessories

Heels (Old): Backyard

Clutch: Thrift (Adams)

Lippie: “Whatever” by Ciku Beauty

 ~Love and Love~

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  1. […] In case you’re just joining us (where the hell have you been? ), for the past few days I’ve been sharing a few tips on how I transition my outfits from a work day to an evening out with just a few accessory changes. You might want to catch up on the other two Outfit Hacks here and here. […]

  2. Great fashion ideas! Next, I would luv to see you create a fashion magazine & online shop! Keep going!

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