Did you catch last night’s Project Runway? For all of you who have it patiently waiting in your DVR – huge spoiler alert coming. We are going to take a look at the outfits these designers thought a high powered executive should be wearing to work. Rock star husband or not, get it together people. Where to begin…
Let’s take a look at the winning Design.
This was designed by Keith and chosen by Brooke Shields as one of the top 6 designs. Then he partnered with Kenley to pull this look off. While it does have a lot of great details, I do have to agree with Michael Kors’ comment about it being a little to much of a cocktail dress for work. I wouldn’t wear this on a day you have a big board meeting, on a more low key day you could might get away with it. At least if you work in a major metropolitan area. Unfortunately the light chiffon layers do not lend themselves to a cardigan or blazer to help bring this dress up to a true business look.
In second place, and my personal favorite, Jarell’s design. Last week he floundered a little, but this week he teamed up with Stella and they pulled off a killer look.
The top three reason I am so in love this this combo:
1- I like separates
2- You can add a blazer to this outfit to look more professional
3- The belt combination really added personal style
That leaves us with the looks we didn’t like, and the what were you thinking? Have these guys ever been to an office? First Blane’s bohemian chic. I’m sorry, she looked like she was going to the beach not the board room. And don’t even get me started with where Kelli’s model was going. The third look here was just to much skin for the office and not professional. The first two were the biggest misses!
Did you watch the show last night? Tell us your thoughts and if you would wear any of these outfits to work. Then check back tomorrow and we will show you how to recreate these top three looks with true Workchic style!