Your Work Wardrobe Just Became Your Weekend Wardrobe

My name is Caitlin Jaymes, a closet organizer and fashion stylist in Los Angeles.  My company was developed to help women and men look and feel their best everyday, because a great outfit has the ability to change your entire day.  As a closet organizer, I strive not only to create an organized space, but I also create versatility within my client’s wardrobe. I educate my clients on how to wear 100% of their wardrobe, so each piece can be styled quickly and easily. 

Let’s face it, there’s nothing worse than having to buy a new wardrobe that you can only wear to work.  Luckily, some of the best year round fashion trends involve mixing work staples with casual pieces. Now, instead of fulfilling a work dress code, you will be building a versatile capsule wardrobe. 

So how are you going to dress down a structured blazer and a pair of trousers?  It’s simple, just think balance! 

Let’s start with a blazer.  Since your blazer is already acting as your dressy piece, balance this outfit out with a casual pair of jeans.  You can’t go wrong with a dark or distressed pair of denim. Add in your favorite tank and a great pair of heels or booties and you’re ready for your dinner date!

Now we can move onto trousers.  In this outfit, you guessed it, your trousers are your dressy piece.  Throw on a comfy white tee and white sneakers and just like that, you’ve added your casual pieces that make this outfit perfect for any daytime activity!

Forget having to separate your closet into work and weekend pieces.  With these simple tips, you’re “stuffy” work attire will get a trendy and casual twist.  

Interested in working with me?  Check out my website, CaitlinJaymes.com, for a full list of my services.  Follow me on Instagram, @Caitlin_Jaymes,  for tips and tricks on how to organize and style your wardrobe. 

Show us how you turned your work wardrobe into your weekend wardrobe by tagging us on Instagram and using the hashtag #LiverpoolLosAngeles! 

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