Wear to Work Look

Wear to Work Look - Pretty Little Shoppers Blog

Hope you had a wonderful weekend! It’s Monday morning and you know what that means… Back to work! Today I’m sharing something a little different than my usual casual beach wear of late. A chic wear to work look that’s also budget friendly.
Pretty Little Shoppers Blog wears Metisu Fashion Dress
Full disclaimer here, most of the work I’ve done hasn’t required formal office attire. I went from waitressing during college, to auditions, theatre, commercials and indie film roles, most of which required me to play younger roles who certainly didn’t wear suits. Simultaneously, lots of volunteer work and work dinners with the hubby called for chic sophistication as opposed to formality. And let’s be real here, I’m hardly wearing a suit around the house while I am cooking meals and doing laundry. Unless a sweat suit counts. 🙂
Pretty Little Shoppers Blog - Metisu Fashion Dress
While I do have a few meetings here and there that require a more formal look, lately I find myself at events that require me to look like, well, a fashion blogger. Sometimes finding a look that is professional, yet also chic can be a challenge. Especially on a budget!
Metisu Fashion Apricot Shift Dress 
Needless to say, I was thrilled to find this apricot shift dress from Metisu for under a hundred dollars! The buckle and pleated detail give this wear to work look an extra flair.
Wear to Work Look - Pretty Little Shoppers Blog
Just a chic little wear to work look, that’s formal enough to be professional, but still stylish enough to be fashion forward as opposed to stuffy.
Metisu Dress and Schutz Cadey Lee Sandals
Shop my look:
Chic Office Style with Metisu Fashion
Lisa Valerie Morgan wears Metisu Dress
Metisu dress c/o / Schutz sandals (on sale!) / Chanel bag (affordable here and here) / Oliver Peoples sunglasses (similar here and here)

Photos by Mo Summers.

Thank you so much for reading!

xoxo,

Lisa
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