Suiting has definitely been on my radar from the beginning of the Fall season because it’s the best time to wear layers in Miami. The weather has finally dropped down to the 60’s and 70’s in South Florida which makes it the perfect weather to change up the style game. The one thing that I am a fan of is styling pieces in different ways and my “some-what” new purchase of this Zara blue suit was a challenge I was willing to take on.
Professional x Comfort Combo
What I’m wearing: Zara Blue Suit, Sandro Knitted Jumper, Sandro Flame Sneakers, Quay rose gold sunglasses (similar)
I’m not a fan of wearing a button up shirt with a suit, especially if I’m going to be out running around. I like to keep things dressy yet casual so that it transitions well from day-to-night. This look is super stylish when you add a bit of texture with a shirt like this Sandro Knitted Jumper. The icing on the cake for this outfit is the sneakers. The combo with the suit and sneakers make this outfit the perfect balance of professional and casual.
I’m always here for a blazer moment! It’s the best alternative to a jacket and you can totally dress it up or down for any occasion. I styled my blazer with a striped mock neck sweater for cooler days, but you could easily wear a button up shirt to dress the look up at bit. You’ll have to be careful with colored shirts. Make sure you find prints that will compliment a blue suit like this one or else it will clash heavily. Nothing wrong with going with a white shirt with minor print or black as an alternative.
Off to the Grocery Store
What I’m wearing: Alice + Olivia kimono, Zara cream mock neck, Zara blue trouser, Zara white plimsoll sneakers
If you’re going to the grocery store all dolled up, we know you’re out here showing out (or trying to find a man…and that’s totally ok!). I love the combination of the colors of this Alice + Olivia kimono and the print really works well against this blue trouser. This is more of a bold print that works (and the kimono has a hit of this blue color in there too!). I kept the top a classic cream color to help blend this look together.