This is week 2 of my ‘7 Days of Style Inspiration’ series (I missed last week, I was out celebrating my birthday and was rather tired afterwards…)


I’m kicking off with Olivia over at CorporateCatwalk.com

Olivia has been sporting a bump for the last 9 months and has the most amazing maternity style! Regardless of whether or not you have to dress a bump this week, this look is perfect for Monday and looks classically stylish and still on trend with perfect layering.


This look is from one of my favourite work-wear bloggers and fellow lawyer, Lee from LegalLeeBlonde has great on and off-duty style that you can easily replicate. This belted jacket is such an easy way to update your look and looks so chic. This look is such a huge trend for SS 2017 so getting on it now will put you a step ahead of the curve.


Speaking of curve, Nidia Serrano from Corporate Curve this sweater dress look with statement necklace and perfectly matched jacket from Corporate Curve. This tone of grey is so underrated and, shoes and bag win.


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Kris from @ThiftsnThings is an Instagrammer with a classic laid back style I really like. This full a-line skirts create a waist if you’re quite straight up and down (like me) and they are forgiving if you’d prefer to hide behind the pleats. Perfect with this white shirt and heels and a great look for drinks after work on a Thursday too.


Sasha Simon is Insta-faous with over half a million followers and her personal style is enviable. Perhaps you don’t do the ripped jeans to the office, but the camel coat and nude heels with (intact!) jeans and a open -collar shirt is a perfect smart look for dress down Friday. Again, belt the coat and you’re instantly on trend.


Olivia Palermo does it again. This woman is the epitome of cool for me, perfect for a smart Saturday with the girls, never matchy-matchy. Need I say more?


What’s not to love about this look from Aylin KÖnig? Layering at it’s best for this dreary weather. I love the floaty shift underneath the jumper, I have a shift I love to wear over jeans myself and It’s a great way to feel dressed ‘easily’. I’ll take the shoes and the bag too thanks!

This is my round up for the week, any looks you like yourself? What do you think of the ripped jeans for work?