Simple Day to Night Look

I don’t know about you, but the easier an outfit can be to fit different parts of my day, the better! I work full-time, and occasionally have meetings or happy hours after work. Depending on your work dress code, you can easily dress this up or down.

That is why I love this entire look. Versatility! Let’s get right into the details, shall we?

Jacket: The color of this classic spring leather jacket is exactly what I’ve had my eye on. It can mix and match with so many different styles. During the day I would go without it, but add it for an evening meeting, dinner or happy hour and you quickly have a fun evening look. This jacket I happened to find at a small local boutique, but at the bottom of this post I have several options linked for you to shop easily and quickly!

Top: My latest obsession? Embroidery. Another obsession? Online boutique, The Girls in Grey. That’s where I snagged this adorable embroidery shirt. The Jessie top is only $35, and they always offer free shipping which is a major plus! I like this top for transitioning from day to night, because it’s classic yet fun.

Pants: I swear by this particular brand of black pant. I discovered them a few years ago and never looked back. They are the most flattering pair of pants I’ve yet to find. They are the “Sloan” pant from Banana Republic. I’ve got you covered in the links below! (These are on sale right now, snag them fast!)

Purse: I decided I wanted just a little more color to go with the embroidery on the top, so I paired the outfit with a simple blush colored purse. This one from TJ Maxx is simple and affordable. Links are below!

Shoes: I kept things simple with an easy nude flat, but this outfit could easily accommodate a heel for your workday. As always, options are below!

What do you like most about versatile outfits? Is there a specific style you’d want to see more of from me? Share with me in the comments!


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