Outfits of the Day: Ladies I Know and Love

6 Dec

Check out some of the women I get to spend my days with.  All of these ladies are totally on point with their selections and each of them do it in their own way. Say hi to Michelle, Jenn, Shelley, and Brooke!


A classic shirt dress and pumps are a terrific go-to for a day at the office. But Michelle, our digital media magician, has upped the fashion-factor by adding in zebra-knit tights.  The dress fits her perfectly, showing off her fantastic hourglass shape, and the 4″ black pumps make her legs look a mile (maybe two) long. The zebra…well, it says “hot” without really saying it.

Here’s a closer look at her enviable gams.

Jenn (our artistic Art Director) never has an off day. Would you guess she’s got a toddler at home?  Black skinnies and a silk top are so easy to throw on in the morning. However, Jenn has blessed us with her own personal flair. She embellished the simplicity with a draped necklace that has chevron-patterned beading.


Get a closer look at the necklace


Shelley (aka The Boss ) has turned “cozy” into ladylike with a delicately crocheted draped cardigan. She cinched it with a perfectly proportioned, caramel leather belt, and layered them over comfy (yet fitted) brown cords. And, she kept the footwear sweet with pretty gold ballet flats. Where’s the focus? On her tiny waist and her great smile.


Brooke, our event specialist and knower of all things cool in NYC,  is a lover of dresses. She has a collection of gorgeous, effortless silk, satin, and intricately adorned frocks, like this one. It’s a T-shirt style, but the endless swirl of studs and metalwork make the dress rock star superb and so cool, I can barely take it (insert my envy here).


Don’t you love the swirly-whirly studs and rings?


One Response to “Outfits of the Day: Ladies I Know and Love”


  1. Today’s Outfit: Comfy Cardigan « CallaStyle - December 8, 2010

    […] by Zovig on December 8, 2010 In Monday’s post, I examined my co-workers’ outfits and was inspired today, by Shelley’s comfy/cozy […]

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: