AW19 Desk to Dinner Styling
The search for clothes that are suitable for workwear and allow us to feel appropriate, but yet still on-trend for what the evening holds is hard. It’s all about what makes you feel glamorous and stylish and the accessories we choose to pair with our outfits. Add some edge to your desk to dinner look by pairing statement heels or that all-important bag with your Libby London pieces.
Libby London: Radley Dapple Print Dress
Shoes: Jimmy Choo
Bracelet: John Lewis
Easy to wear dresses are a staple in everyone’s wardrobe. During the day the Radley can be worn with a sophisticated pair of pumps. In the evening, couple it with the perfect heel to carry you on to dinner.
Shoes: Bottega Veneta
Bag: Bottega Veneta
Wearing outerwear might not feel like the most striking piece to transition you from desk to dinner. The Battersea wrap is the perfect mix between a cardigan and a jacket. Pair with an easy to manage heel like the pair below, making them a breeze to wear all day.
Libby London: Exeter Harlequin Print
Shoes: Jimmy Choo
Bag: Anya Hindmarch
Earrings: Rachel Jackson London
The Exeter is contemporary yet elegant, when considering a piece to transition from day to night you should always think of the fabric. A simple shirt dress like the Exeter brings an element of lavishness through the look of the fabric.
Libby London: Belvedere Navy Metallic Jacquard
Shoes: Kurt Geiger
Earrings: John Lewis
Bring the navy jacquard to life with a pop of soft blue and subtle nude tones. This look will take you effortlessly through 9-5 and beyond.
Shoes: LK Bennett Shoes
Bag: Jimmy Choo
Necklace: 1064 Studio
Accentuating the female figure the Penrith skirt adds fluid movement to your outfit. Introduce texture with a sparkly heel and a velvet bag for those autumn-winter evenings after work.
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