100 Colors Invisible with Dove
I was going to meet with celebrity stylist Laura Zapata and get styled by her, so of course I had to jump at this opportunity and said YES!
I’ve been a huge fan of Dove Spray ever since it came out in the market, and I’m competently obsessed with Dove Invisible Spray and couldn’t wait to try the new scents.
Well let me tell how the day went down, I went into this room, with a lilac back (Pantone anyone?)
It was full of the most amazing clothes, shoes, bags and jewelry and as soon as I went I had my eye of the Light Blue Gingham Top (which I ended up wearing).
While I waited
for the girl before me to finish her shoot, the ladies from Priv glammed me up with hair and makeup.
Then Laura I talked about Dove Invisible Spray and her fashion tips, The Fashionsnoops Microsite for Dove and we then went to another room to pick my look.
Then it was time to choose the shoes, and it was either a pair of purple or Silver Metallic heels and I will always pick metallic and also I thought it looked better, to let the pants be the statement piece.
We added a few pieces of jewelry and a beautiful small round bag ( a round bad blog post is coming soon).
Below please find some of the talking point I had with Laura, and the things she can’t be without when styling her celebrity clients.
With Lots of Love,
These are Laura Zapata’s tips on how to upgrade your basic workwear look!
When it comes to staying stylish and comfortable in the workplace, go for low-maintenance wardrobe basics in striking colors. On-trend colorways will keep you looking fashion-forward. Separates that you can easily layer or move around with ease, like breathable fabrics or items that stretch, will help to keep you comfortable throughout a long workday. Try slim trousers in yellow or lavender, an A-line skirt in red, a tweed blazer in hot pink, or a shift dress in jewel tones like moss or terracotta. Pair your bold colors with neutral separates for a streamlined look.
Do you have any tips?
A conservative style is safe for the workplace, but super blah when it comes to an after 6pm look. Find ways to shed layers and show some skin to transition your look from day-to-night. Ditch the blazer and a style a shift like you would a party dress. Pair with heels and flirty fringe earrings for a cute happy hour option. An accessory swap is also key: lose the power pumps for strappy evening sandals, and leave the oversized work tote for an edgy, embellished clutch.