My Go-To Smart Casual Formula

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This camel blazer has been getting a work out as of late. It’s one of my current go-tos for the office (and featured in my Smart Casual Essentials video) as it hits the perfect note when it comes to dressing for work, particularly with the relaxed vibes we’ve been embracing. Covid has really shifted the way I approach dressing for the office but I’ve found the formula of combining an element of structure with an element of comfort to work well.

Everlane blazer* (sz 0), Arket tee (sz S), Everlane pants* (sz S – review here), Boldrini Selleria bag via Mirta*, Gucci loafers (styling video here), Ray Ban sunglasses

In this outfit, the element of structure is my trusty camel blazer, one of Everlane’s new oversized cuts thanks to the return of the 90s. And the ‘comfort’ element in this outfit are my trousers, the Dream Pants by Everlane (the tailored track pants that I’ve harped on about many a time!)

Everlane blazer* (sz 0), Arket tee (sz S), Everlane pants* (sz S – review here), Boldrini Selleria bag via Mirta*, Gucci loafers (styling video here), Ray Ban sunglasses

Italian accessories finish off my look featuring my Gucci loafers and my Noa handbag by Boldrini Selleria (which you can shop from Mirta, a one stop shop for small Italian artisans). The silhouette of the Noa bag is very similar to the Stella McCartney perforated vegan bag, don’t you think?!

The Noa bag is a cute mini version of the Stella McCartney tote with the added bonus of being able to wear it crossbody as well as top handle. I particularly like how the crossbody strap is thin (similar to the width of the Celine Trio crossbody strap) so it has a minimal finish.

As always, thanks for stopping by!

P.S. Another smart casual OOTD and my winter style essentials.

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