Lace Blazer: Missguided
Peplum Dress: Missguided
Necklace: really old and can no longer remember where I got it from!
Base: Arbonne FC5 Mattifying Powder, Arbonne CC Cream, Arbonne Loose Powder
Cheeks: Arbonne Bronzer, Arbonne Highlighter
Eyebrows: Urban Decay Eyeshadow in Rewind (Vice 2 Palette), Maybelline Brow Drama
Eyes: Urban Decay Eyeshdows in Dope and Strike (Vice 2 Palette), Arbonne Eyeliner, Rimmel Eyeliner in Nude, Arbonne It's a Long Story Mascara
Lips: Arbonne Lipstick in Rose Petal (discontinued, new shade Magnolia v. similar)
Today I'm showcasing one of my very safe and conservative workwear outfits. It's one I wear to death and definitely one of the most "everyone can get away with" work ensembles I own.
Who doesn't love a good peplum dress? They're great for all shapes and sizes - they can give straight up straight down type people the illusion of a waist, while those of us who have a few lumps and bumps to disguise can do so with this ever-so-flattering style. I actually adore this dress so much I have it in a nude color as well as black. It's really versatile as you can accessorise it so easily and because it's short sleeved, it works well on days that are so warm but it isn't indecent.
When wearing a black dress for work, I love to wear my lace blazer and it's just a bit more interesting than a plain black blazer. It's so comfy and yet looks really professional so I love it.
Jewellery wise, there are so many options for this outfit. Admittedly most days I am in far too much of a hurry to think about accessorising and don't wear a necklace or anything at all, but when I do miraculously drag myself out of bed in time, I love wearing chunky chain statement type necklace with this outfit as demonstrated above.