Hi gals! I have a sharp looking casual summer work style for you today. While I work from a home office, this is the sort of outfit I often wear to church or to a conference of some sort. But really the individual pieces of this classic style are versatile and beautiful for so many different occasions.
Navy is one of my chosen wardrobe neutrals, and I’m a sucker for navy and white.
I topped this casual summer work look with my classic white jean jacket, but a simple cardigan or blazer would also keep the office chill off.
I like this navy t-shirt because it feels polished and has a brushed look to it, but it’s sold out. However, I found this one and this one to serve as alternatives. And I’ve had my eye on these two-pack v-neck tees from Amazon. Anybody tried them? They look good to me!
Really these navy and white belted wide leg crop pants are the star of the show here. These soft, lightweight pants are fluid and comfortable. The tie belt is attached, so you can’t change it out for another belt. But it presents a neat and easy front to the pants.
I’m wearing a size 8 in the pants, so they run true to size. And these easy to mix and match pants are reduced to less than $50. But sizes are going.
I added my leather wedge sandals and leather tote to this look. I’m a sucker for blue or navy with brown leather. I think the leather accessories keep the look “grounded” and more casual. Of course you could wear lower heeled or flat sandals with this ensemble, too.
By the way, these amazingly comfortable wedge sandals are now reduced to less than $50.
I kept my jewelry simple and classic. I’m wearing my usual gold hoop earrings and gold bangle. Within the collar I’m wearing my palm necklace and to add interest to the solid navy top, I added my adjustable olive necklace.
This casual summer work style is easy to duplicate with tees and accessories in your closet. But I have to say, these navy and white wide leg crop pants cinch the deal!
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Are you asking God to do the seemingly impossible? Why not? Nothing is impossible for God. Today let’s take time out to carry our biggest challenges, heaviest concerns and most impossible requests to God.
Approach God with praise. Recount His characteristics, His ways and the promises of His Word. Spend sufficient time reflecting on how big and powerful our God is. Then verbally lay your “big thing” in the hands of the One who created the heavens and the earth with but a word. Finally, affirm your faith in God’s goodness, love and involvement in your life.
“Ah, Lord God! It is you who have made the heavens and the earth by your great power and by your outstretched arm! Nothing is too hard for you.” ~ Jeremiah 32:17