What does it really mean to ‘Build a Work Wardrobe’? For a creative type like myself, work doesn’t include going in to an office each day but I do still need to look professional for meetings, events, showroom visits and even ‘coffee dates’ like this one to meet with a new photographer.
Working for myself and generally working at home, it’s all too easy to fall in to a habit of working in sweats or even my pj’s and then one thing follows another and before I know it I’m getting lazy about my work! Do you remember that job I did with MM LaFleur a couple of months ago? I loved showcasing their beautiful clothing and fun Bento Box stylist services for busy, working women.
The important and eye-opening thing I learned from this collaboration with MM LaFleur is that if I put a little more thought in to what I’m wearing to work, not just when I get all dolled-up for an event, but my every day behind-the-scenes work that makes the glamorous things possible, then I actually work harder and honor what I’m doing (and been putting my heart in to for the past 7 years) even more! xx