Help, I don’t have what to wear!

Hey guys,

I’m sorry I’ve haven’t blogged in a while. School has been really intense these last few weeks and I haven’t had time to blog. Luckily, this too shall pass!

Last year, I had a co-op placement (internship) and I remember slightly worrying about what I would wear to work. I know right, this should have been the least of my problems (in life) considering the numerous troubles involved in transitioning from a student to a non student. I believe the right word is ADULTING. (More on this another post)

I am interested in fashion and I grew up being overly conscious of my outfits, maybe this could explain why I worried. Interestingly, when it came to dressing for school, I found myself usually in sweat pants, gym clothes (even pajamas) and on a good day- a pair of jeans and a sweater. That said, there were mornings I literally had nothing to wear to work although I was staring at a closet full of “college” clothes.


  • Debunk any expectations of a complete closet makeover when transitioning. (Except you can afford it). Still!
  •  Don’t stress about it.
  •  Look for inspiration(s) online. Research and be creative.
  • Shop for what you need, when you need them & when you can.
  •  Finally, BE CONFIDENT in whatever you wear!!!

Here are a few outfits I derived from casual sweaters. (MY Mini LookBook)

i) I pair this sweater with flare pants  (I almost gave out these pants, LOL).

ii) This is one of my favorite work dresses and I threw on a knit sweater for this look. This look is also featured here.

iii) This used to be one of my worst sweaters till I tried it with this outfit. Threw a belt to make it look formal. I also love how the color contrasts with the skirt. Needless to say, this is one of my best looks!

iv) Inspired by Ellen DeGeneres……

v) I am a huge fan of open sweaters. Why?– You can wear them in the summer, they are also easy to take off and wear over most clothes. 

Hope you enjoyed this post. Do you have any tips? What are your thoughts on this post? Have any experiences worth sharing? I look forward to hearing from you.

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Talk Later,





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