For the Love of Resort Vibes

Considering how chilled these past few days have been, I’ve had no choice than to ponder anxiously…Where did my busy days go? I’m used to having hectic schedules given that I have so much activities to balance from my personal and professional life. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not gloating about usually being crazy busy. I feel we can all relate with the difficulty of trying to balance work, life and the added complexity that comes with blogging. But lately, I’ve had some free time and for once, it’s nice that things have been pretty low key on my end. On a realistic note, I’m sure this downtime would be pretty brief. And I suspect that I just jinxed myself as soon as I started relishing this period, lol. Nevertheless, I’m not feeling deterred from enjoying these couple of days while they last.

There are various ways to make your downtime fun and lively. One of them includes expressing yourself. I’m a big proponent for expressing my mood using my style so this feels like perfect timing. In addition to structured clothes, I also love dressing to work in relaxed silhouettes and colors (especially neutrals). Common neutral colors for work include black, grey, white, ivory and beige. Interestingly, I rarely wear completely light colored (all white/ivory) outfits to work. It might be because monochrome white/ivory looks are perceived as appropriate for playing dress up at a resort. Stuck in a more relaxed state of mind, I gathered the courage to dress resort chic to work this week. I simply wore a combination of white and ivory separates with a dash of yellow accessories.

I’ve included links (highlighted) to available outfit items below the first picture.



Jacket – Zara (similar)          Sweatshirt – Bershka (similar)          Pants – Zara (similar)          Purse – Coach
















Outfit: Jacket – Zara (similar)          Sweatshirt – Bershka (similar)          Pants – Zara (similar)          Purse – Coach

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