Hello fellow readers!!!
If you have been following my blog, then you have probably noticed that I wear leggings a lot. They are so comfy and can be worn almost to any occasion, if styled correctly. I know some of us might think that leggings are not appropriate for work, or maybe you are just not sure of how to style them for an occasion where a more put together look is required. Hopefully with today’s outfit, you will be inspired to style your leggings for more formal events like a meeting with a client or a day at the office.
When choosing leggings for work, try to go for a legging that has the same look as of the jeans; or also known as jeggings. They are more wearable and appropriate for the office. I am a huge fan of No Nonsense jeggings. They are super cute, durable material and very affordable, and are the closest thing to jeans with a comfort of leggings. The ones I am wearing today are only $16. I would highly recommend them. Also, another bonus to these jeggings in addition to being so stretchy with a elastic waistband, is that they have a functional pocket in the back, which makes them look even more like real jeans.
Since, jeggings are very relaxed, to balance your work outfit add structured items like a blazer. I added this beautiful plaid blazer, and a structured satchel in the complimentary color of the blazer. The pointy black pumps and the white button up really complete this work appropriate outfit. I think this outfit is classic and feminine and would look great on almost anyone. Also, another little tip when styling jeggings for work try to have a longer top, the shortest length for a top should be right at your hip area. It just adds a little more coverage and you won’t feel as if you are too revealing.
How to style Leggings for work
- Try Jeggings instead of leggings, these from No Nonsense are my favorite
- Structured Blazer
- Structured Handbag
- Pointed Pumps
- Longer top
- White button up underneath the top
I hope these few tips were helpful.
Disclaimer: This post is Sponsored by No Nonsense, all opinions are my own.