What to Wear to Work this Fall

I’m a working girl.  It feels so funny to say that, but after three years practicing as an attorney, I’d say it’s probably real now.  (Sort of.)  A professional wardrobe has always been a bit of a struggle for me.  I know I’m supposed to wear suits and sensible shoes (whatever those are!), but I really just want to prance around in leopard prints and completely impractical glitter booties. I’m also on a budget, so regular visits to Neiman Marcus for my workday attire is a tad tough. But not surprisingly (because they always have great finds!), Target has some amazing work-friendly pieces that can be added to any professional wardrobe. Think great pencil skirts, dresses, blazers, tights, cardigans, classic handbags, and a few funkier pairs of shoes (so that I can satiate my inner-wannabe-rockstar.)

pencil skirt // cardigan // handbag // dress // tights // snakeskin pumps // leopard pumps

See how the Target Fall Collection is designed to take you through a season of stylish looks at Target.com/Merona.

Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Target via Glam Media.  The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Target.


Lexi

3 comments


  1. I am so thrilled to have found a Miami career girl blog that writes about fashion as passionately as you do. it’s refreshing to read blogs from Miami that are not all about Miami night life scene. I am really enjoying “getting to know you” by reading your blog. thanks for great fashion pics!

    • Lexi

      I can’t tell you how happy this comment makes me — thank you SO much, and so glad we found each other! :)

  2. Katie

    My office is full of lazy girls and cargo pants (did not even know those existed for women until I started here). I may need to share this blog in the break room :)

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