FASHION: What To Wear For Work
Dressing for work is much harder that I originally imagined. As I'm sure you might have heard (I've mentioned it enought times) I now have a job woo. I'm based in Tottenham Court Road with is such a great location to work. Theres always loads going on, people giving away free stuff in the street most days and Oxford circus is literally 2 minutes away - the only issue is that Tottenham Court Road station is currently closed. Luckily this is only going to be an issue until December but in the meantime, it means that I have to get off early and walk.
It's hardly an issue, I actually quite enjoy it - so much so that I usually power walk so I can get that tiny little bit of extra exerciser in. I soon started to understand why so many people get on the tube in the morning with trainers on.
Now, here was my issue. I really couldn't be bothered to carry around an extra pair of shoes all day to change into for traveling but I didn't want to look like stupid wearing sports trainers for work. I needed practicality that looked good too. Then I came across this Nike style and all my problems were solved. That are actually made as running shoes - the are super lightweight and cushioned but they look good too. I could actually get away as saying that I wore them just from a fashion point of view.
Here I have styled them with a super black outfit although the crop top still gives it that summery feel, I like it for its scalloped edges and the fact that it isn't a super short one. A flick of eyeliner and my black jeans are every day essentials, rain or shine and there's an typical work look!
Top* - BlueInc
Nike Roshe Runs* - Foot Locker
Eyeliner - Barry M, Blink
Nails* - Barry M, Pole Position