Happy hour is one of the happiest hours of the day. I love how my favorite restaurants, bars, hotels, and resorts all partake in that hour after work for you and your friends to enjoy appetizers and drinks at a discounted price. It’s such an easy way for people to come together to catch up and decompress after a work week.
I don’t have much time from when I get off work, and drive through traffic in order to make it before Happy Hour is over, so I plan my outfits ahead of time. If you have a casual work environment, then a pair of jeans and a cute top are perfect to wear to happy hour, but if you are required to wear suits or pencil skirts, you might not want to be so constricted in such a relaxed atmosphere.
Now that it’s getting warmer out, I opt for shorts anytime I can. Since the office I work at is not that casual, I will bring a change of clothes and change in the lobby bathroom before heading out. Shorts and a tank top are about as much clothing that I can handle in these warmer months. If you want to go slightly fancier than a tank top, pick out a tank top in a different fabric than cotton. Try a silk or velvet tank or something that has interesting designs like crossed straps, zipper detail or lace.
This shoot was in April and since it was a little cooler at night, I borrowed my friend Jess’ lace kimono to beat the breeze and wore booties to keep my feet warm. I am a huge fan of cut-offs and booties! It’s the perfect compromise during those spring months when the weather can’t make up it’s mind. What is your must have for spring fashion?
WHAT SHE’S WEARING
Silk tank top from Urban Outfitters, Paige Denim jeans that I DIY’d into shorts and added a lace trim, Dolce Vita nude suede booties, a “love” Gorjana gold necklace, and a lace short sleeve kimono from Express that was borrowed from my fashionista friend Jess.
WHAT HE’S WEARING
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Be you, bravely.
The Foxy Kat