A sleek dress is instant style for a summer work meeting
Typically one associates meetings in summer more with BBQ, rehearsals, weddings, 4th of July, or family reunions. However, lives goes on also in summer. This means there are also work meetings. A skirt suit or pants suit seem just too hot on the commute to work in the mid of the dog days of summer. A white sheath with abstract floral print is a great instant way to stay cool, and look professional in a meeting on a hot summer day.
Accessories keep things interesting
The floral print’s colors permit a variety of possibilities to change the look color wise. Just pick a different color to feature when you repeat the dress the next time for a work meeting. Here I wear my floral sheath with a MOSCHINO belt, my Celine bag and studded orange-peach slingback heels.
Invest in classic sunglasses for work lunch meetings
Since at this time a year, the sun is up the entire work day, you should have a pair of sunglasses handy that matches the vibe of the dress. You may need them for the walk to a work lunch meeting or even during lunch when the group decided to sit outside. Squeezing your eyes never looks professional.
Summer work meeting outfit suggestions
Here some visual inspirations for professional looks to wear at a work meeting in summer.
Military inspired shirt dress with pumps and structured bag , Hermes collier de chien cuff for work meeting, Ray Ban aviator sunglasses for the commute (all own)
Oliveo button-down shirt, Oliveo skirt, Gloria VanderBilt pumps, Kieselstein Cord belt, Ray Ban aviator sunglasses, multiple string pearl necklace, Hermes cdc cuff, and LV bucket bag (all own)
Is the unofficial summer work dress code more casual than the official work dress code at your work place? What are your work dress code challenges during the heat of summer? Let me know your style challenges by email so I can help you (and others).
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Photo: G. Kramm
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