Monday Work Wear: {Too Kule for School}

Happy Monday all! I. am. back!! I’m feeling rejuvenated and ready to finish this year off strong. My Australian adventure was the perfect restoration and inspiration I was looking for and while I’m {somewhat!} excited to be back at the office today, my mind continues to wander lust ever so often. I’m still craving Oz’s fuan and spunky folk, funky clothes and sunshine {which did in fact come out to play a few times despite the torrential rains we experienced!}.

Had it been beautiful summer sun as I’d originally anticipated, I wish I could have rocked Kule’s Spring 2014 lookbook! But for this back-to-reality Monday, the collection isĀ the perfect reminder of the fun I just had that’ll get me through this day.

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Kule actually started out as a children’s line {believe it or not!} and just recently graduated to a full women’s collection. It has the school-girl prep plus pizazz locked down mixing check cigarette pants with color blocked beanies and stripes. I love all of the pattern play and layering going on!

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And since the days are officially chilly in SF, layering is exactly what I’ll need to do. I’m intrigued at the idea of mixing a beanie with my work suit and adding white pumps, aren’t you? It’s young and chic and provides an extra layer of warmth.

I wonder if I can pull off the look or if it’s just way too kule for me! Would you give it go?? If so, these pants, this blazer, jacket and these pumps are good options {and all on sale!}!

images via moda operandiĀ 

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6 thoughts on “Monday Work Wear: {Too Kule for School}

  1. this is a pretty awesome collection, loving all the prints. Great post!

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