1 shirt, 3 working mom outfits: Client meeting

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Client Meeting working mom outfit with blue cutout sleeve blouse, white linen trousers, black patterned booties

With this ensemble, I’m wrapping up my mini-series of 3 working mom outfits created with 1 fun new top.

Wear It Wednesdays: Working mom outfit photosAlthough my first outfit for a date night could also be worn to the office (and I did), I wanted to create another look that was more specifically career wear.*

I liked the contrast of the vivid cobalt blue of the shirt against the bright white of the linen pants.

Then I thought about shoes. I could’ve gone with simple black flats (or even the Bettye Muller sandals from outfit #1) but I chose the black-and-white patterned booties as a way to take this outfit from summer into fall.

Those colors suggested the necklace: my black bead and faux pearl multi-strand choker.

*I recognize that a shirt with cutout sleeves might not fly in many workplaces; I have much more latitude in my creative agency office. To tone down a peekaboo piece like this for a more conservative dress code, I’d layer it over a black or white T-shirt with long or ¾-length sleeves or try it under a blazer.

Blouse: For Cynthia (similar, $45, Macy’s).
Pants: Giorgio Armani (similar, $70, Ann Taylor).
Boots: Aerosoles (similar, $135, 6pm.com).
Necklace: Geoffrey Beene (similar, $78, Ann Taylor).
Working Mom Outfit Level: 4/Client Meeting

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