A couple of work outfits here. Coincidentally, both feature raglan-sleeved tees made from the same pattern. The tee in the second outfit reflects an alteration to the pattern that added some fabric to the back in a pleat, giving it a swing shape. I really like both of these t-shirts, but the first one is especially fun to me. I always get compliments on it. These outfits feel like transitional dressing: wearing some summer pieces while leaning toward fall. I wore the jackets for the cool mornings, but didn't need them later in the day.

The outfits:

1-3 (worn to work Sunday): olive chinos with brass studs down the sides (Lucky); mixed-print raglan sleeve tee in purple, green, off-white, teal, red burnout print and charcoal and ivory stripe (made by me); stone and cream leather belt (Annette Goertz); brass and silver earrings and brass and silver bead bracelet (Lucky); stone hemp zip up hooded jacket (Layers Squared); gray platform sandals (DV by Dolce Vita); taupe hobo bag (Aunts & Uncles).

4-6 (worn to work Monday): stone linen trousers (NYDJ, Wylie); purple, ivory, and black mixed zebra print and striped raglan-sleeved swing tee (made by me); pewter leather cutout belt (Fossil); olive jacket (Laundry by Shelli Segal); taupe metallic suede high-top sneakers (Paul Green); taupe hobo bag (Aunts & Uncles).

Thanks for looking! All comments and suggestions welcome.

This post has 6 photos. Photos uploaded by this member are only visible to other logged in members.

If you aren't a member, but would like to participate, please consider signing up. It only takes a minute and we'd love to have you.