When I travel onsite for client configuration workshops I always try to wear a suit on the first day. Most companies who buy our software have a pretty casual dress code (as is the case with the majority of US companies, I think) but the occasional client will have a buttoned up environment (especially law firms and banks) so I always think it wise to lean towards over-dressed then under-dressed until you know the culture of the company. It never hurts to make a good impression!
That said, just because I want to make a professional impression, it doesn’t mean I can’t have a little fun with my look. That’s what inspired this outfit – it’s a serious normal basic black suit but when you add the yellow belt it adds a tiny touch of fun and color to the otherwise serious outfit.
Wore this ruffle blouse previously:
Navy cardigan & white shorts
Pink cardigan & grey pants
Purple cardigan & grey pants
Skinny jeans & knit cardigan
Yellow a-line floral skirt
Rust cardigan & patterned pencil skirt
Rust cardigan & black pencil skirt
Wore this yellow belt previously:
White button down shirt & navy pants
Mint polka-dot blouse & black cropped pants
Purple and pink striped tank & wide legged jeans
Green floral blouse, green cardigan & black pants
Green floral blouse, grey cardigan & boyfriend jeans