Transforming Career Wear

     Business professional attire is generally formal while business casual can be as simple as unbuttoning a button.  Career wear can consist of suits, skirts and blazers in solid, neutral and subdued colors like taupe, tan, navy, black and gray. Modest and professional hem and necklines lines as well as tasteful patterns, and silhouettes are the basis for appropriate, clean business apparel. You want a clean, polished look that is pulled together. The best way to tastefully express personality through fashion in the office is by adding a statement piece of jewelry or simple scarf.

     Coco & Cyd provides staple clothing pieces that modernize career wear and everyday wear. Comfort is one of our priorities; women can now go to the office feeling cozy yet elegant, pulled together, and professional. Coco & Cyd hopes to provide women with pieces of clothing that can be worn for every part of her life, big or small. With added accessories, outerwear, and personality, one Coco & Cyd garment can transform from career wear to weekend wear and more. Ultimately, we wish to create a fun and new yet easy way to approach fashion.

 

With just one piece, you can have best of both worlds in your wardrobe:

The Kira Jumpsuit (shown in photo above) 

For work:

Kira + Blazer + booties

For evening:

Kira (take blazer off) + fun accessories (maybe a statement necklace) + leather jacket or pashmina + heels, flats or same booties.

For errands/everyday casual:

Kira + flats + simple accessories

 

The Paige Jacket (shown in photo above) 

For Work:

Paige + tunic length dress shirt (longer oxford shirt)  + crop pant + flats

For evening:

Paige + tunic length dress shirt + crop pant + kitten heel pump

For errands/weekend casual:

Page + Tunic length tee shirt + Maggie pant + flats

 

 

Thank you so much for joining us today! 

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Quote to take with you for the week:

"You can have anything you want in life if you dress for it."

—Edith Head

Edith Head

Edith Head

 

 

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