I'm going to be huffing it around New York City for a month. I've gotten an internship in a notable photographer's studio (not fashion photography, in case you're wondering). I'm a college student without a work wardrobe. How can I keep it relatively simple, professional, comfortable and maintain a bit quirkiness at the same time? note: If it helps I'm into both the tailored "men's wear" look and anything retro in general.I'm wearing a variation of this outfit myself today:
Jacket - I have this and like to wear it unbuttoned. It has a really modern structural quality that way, you'll have to use your imagination. Also, note that I'm a size 2 and I bought a large. Tulle's sizing is wack.
Sweater - A basic v-neck in heather grey.
Trousers - At $500 these are gorgeous and really just for inspiration. Find a great pair of black slacks, consignment stores often have theory pairs on super discount.
Shoes - Red flats add color to this outfit and are great for walking all over the city.
Purse - From Urban Outfitters for only $58.
Necklace - Also from Urban Outfitters.
Sunglasses - So you can be a tough rocker like me!
Keep up the good work!