It is possible to be fashionable working mum. Often times, most working mums rarely take time to consider fashion. If you are guilty of this, these tips will help
Blazers and Jackets:
Wearing blazers and jackets is the best way to create a professional look when you wear skirts and pants. You can pair it with jeans or leggings. Stick to solid colours and experiment with different lengths and cuts for some variety. The choice of donning a single or double-breasted blazer is dependent on your body shape. Unstructured jackets work just as well as blazers if you work in a more relaxed office atmosphere.
A professional fashion staple a classic pencil skirt is a must-have for every working mum. They can have a little pattern to them but not much. You must also know how to mix and match them with whatever some key fashion pieces in your wardrobe. Skirts should be medium length – not too long or too short.
Like blazers, when it comes to pants, try and stick to solid colours for flexibility. Pair with a sweatshirt or denim jacket and you’re good to go. Khaki pants are a working mother’s dream. They look great in the office and when you have to do some school-runs. Also depending on your shape, pants with pockets, pleats or cuffs should be carefully chosen.
For blouses, there is an endless array of styles to choose from. However as a working mum its best you stick to the basic button-down variety with regular sleeves and cuffs.
You might not think of a dress as casual, but a shirtdress can definitely be comfortable. The style is simple, easy to wear and flatters most figure types. Select shirtdresses in machine washable fabrics like cotton or jersey knits for easy cleaning and care. A colourful shirtdress with a pair of ballet flats can take you from the PTA meeting to the grocery store and everywhere in between.