Who else likes making a good investment? Like, getting Apple stock in its early days? Or buying (almost) any stocks Warren Buffett buys?
We all like to know that we’re spending smart and getting our money to work for us. But you don’t have to be a financial expert to make a good investment. Sometimes, it’s as simple as buying things for yourself, your family and your home that are made well, will last a long time and are versatile.
That’s kind of our thing at Body Bark. We want you to look and feel your best. We want you to be comfortable both with your fashion and with your eco-conscious purchases. We want you to have pieces that will work for you at the office, at the park, and anywhere else your busy life takes you. So with that in mind, here are a few Body Bark investments that will widen your work wardrobe and give you a great return on your investment.
For a summery corporate look
As the warm weather continues to roll in, try rotating this breezy look into your wardrobe: a turtleneck tank, seersucker suit and ankle-strap heels. Then (with the Belmont Stakes happening this past weekend, we have pearls and big floppy hats on our minds) you can easily dress down for a business brunch with an eye-popping Kate Spade.
For a business-casual look
Pair a three-quarter sleeve scoop neck with a brightly colored pencil skirt. Add some beige pumps to play it safe or some pretty floral sandals to add another pop of personality. With a scoop neck, you have options for jewelry: big beads and sparkles? A collection of tiny gold and silver pendants? No necklace, but statement earrings? A flowery headband? Or a sleek look with no jewelry at all?
Start with a classic white short-sleeve crew neck, and throw on a pair of boyfriend jeans and a long cardigan. You can throw on a pair of wedges if you’re in the mood to dress up a bit, but most days we’d just go with some chic Oxfords. One bonus to this look is that you can wear it every day, and it will work for spring, fall, and depending on where you live, a month or two of summer and winter. Which is great for you if, like at least one big-name agency art director, you’d rather invest your creative energies in your work than i
For a creative-industry look n choosing a daily outfit!