Building Your Wardrobe With Louise Roe

We’re back for another round of style advice from the charming Louise Roe. This week, Ms. Roe has some excellent guidance for new graduates about how to build out your work wear wardrobe. These easy, versatile pieces will keep you looking stylish at the office and afterwards.

Check out her picks below!
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11 comments

kbarney
Wrote two years ago
This outfit is really pretty

jeannynbock
Wrote two years ago
so beauty

maria-polyvore
Wrote two years ago
All this are very beautiful

djlidstone-1
Wrote two years ago
When we create a set, we are showing how things are put together and how the set should look.
Find similar styles in your price range, and make it your own. We are showing new trends, colors,
styles and fashion. You will find the same ideas in a reasonable priced market at your favorite store.

naomiee534
Wrote two years ago
HEY LOL

fashionanalysis
Wrote two years ago
I've been out of college for 14 years and own my business. I wouldn't even buy some of these expensive pieces -Jimmy Choo!?. What kind of advice is this for young women graduating, especially in this economy? I believe in dressing for success and investing in a few timeless pieces, namely shoes, bag, and coat. Ladies, invest in things that will really make life better, namely student debt, retirement, mortgage, and vacation funds!

jpeckspringer
Wrote two years ago
Just use the ideas and shapes and look for the items in your price range at a less expensive store.

scarfmad
Wrote two years ago
Hi, I think solid coloured scarves, are quite boring with this outfit. It needs more fusion. Or more "Get up & Go"

robin-denman
Wrote two years ago
Yes..very expensive! But all your paying for is his name! I love Michael Kors but can anyone really tell the difference between two cashmere scarfs? cashmere is cashmere!

micheleavesburgess
Wrote two years ago
Love these items but VERY expensive for college students just starting out...maybe even for those women entrepreneurs who have limited budgets.

rebecca-mae
Wrote two years ago
No recent graduate could afford those items.

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