Wearing pink to the office without having a full blown Elle Woods moment is all about the shade of pink and what other colors you pair it with. Not that there's anything wrong with having a full blown Elle Woods moment (except if your co-workers are allergic to your purse Chihuahua). A very soft muted blush pink is my shade of choice paired with either black or burgundy. My Club Monaco blush blazer gets a ton of mileage; it's such an easy way to punch up an all black work ensemble.
I love transitioning into fall fashion, pairing fall staples like moto jackets, scarves, boots and tights with skirts and dresses. I picked up this mini dress and fringe moto jacket at the store opening of Nordstrom Rack in Emeryville, which has a great selection of fall staples at incredible prices (I also had to snag this similar camel version of my jacket since it was such a steal!) The dark florals and jacket lend fall vibes to this 70's inspired look. Fringe always adds a whimsical element to an outfit, but please heed my warning that extreme caution must be taken when eating in fringe sleeves. My post-shoot McDonald's pig-out may or may not have resulted in ketchup-dipped suede fringe (not pictured).
A big thanks to Nordstrom Rack for sponsoring this post. All opinions and advice regarding dining in fringe sleeves are my own.