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Happy Monday! How was your weekend? Between blog meetings, photo shoots, and the gym, mine was pretty busy! Today I’m back at the clinics (a.k.a. back at work!), so I wanted to share another Office Outfit Inspiration post! One of my favorite pieces to wear this spring has been this blush bell sleeve blouse from Nordstrom Rack. It’s so super soft, and the three-quarter length bell sleeves make it so that it isn’t too warm for spring/summer!
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Blush Bell Sleeve Blouse
So one weird thing about me is that I’m terrible with colors. Like, I literally have trouble telling the difference between orange and red and blue and green. To give you an idea, I thought my eyes were blue my entire life, until someone told me I had really pretty green eyes. I was like “ummm, fool my eyes are blue!” I started asking a few friends after that and low and behold, my eyes really are green #mindblown
Anywho, the point to this story is I know I’m calling this blush bell sleeve blouse “blush,” but it really might be mauve and I just can’t freaking tell LOL. Regardless, I’m in love with this bad boy! The material is really soft and it has some stretch to it, so you can definitely size down.
Office Outfit Inspiration
I wanted to include this look in my Office Outfit Inspiration series (check out my previous posts here and here) because I know a lot of you don’t work in the same kind of business environment as I do. Even though I have to dress more business casual for my day job, and I wouldn’t be able to wear ripped skinny jeans (available here), a lot of women can! If you work at a more relaxed location, or if you’re in a more creative field, I definitely think this look would be perfect for work. It’s something I’ve actually worn to a blog meeting; the blush bell sleeve blouse (here) adds a chic and feminine vibe, while the ripped skinny jeans keeps it casual and trendy. Also, I paired this look with some black loafer slides (similar here and here) to keep it in the “business casual” realm.
I’m really interested to hear where you all work! I work for Providence Strategic Management Services, which is basically the training and development department of a large healthcare system 🙂 Where do you work, or what do you do? Let me know in the comments and have a beautiful week loves!
Photos by Rachel at One Pot Slop