Back to Work -SPARK2015 Mini-Makeover

I on Image was a proud sponsor of SPARK2015 and slipped a freebie in the participants’ goody bags.

Jam Workspace tells about the unforgettable day on their page like this:

Jam Workspace, Amsterdam Academy and Amsterdam Mamas teamed up to bring you the first ever SPARK in June 2015. Our three organisations joined together to hold this inaugural conference so that female entrepreneurs could: blaze a trail through our professional network, improve our skill sets and ignite the passion for our businesses. It was a sensational day, filled with 11 fantastic presentations, keynotes and of course wonderful people.”

I promised to create each participant one “Back to work” –look using Style Fruits.nl app. The first looks are ready. Which one is your favorite?


 

Business-outfits - Back to work -I on Image for SPARK2015

Leticia -Learning to accessorise. Accessories can set of any outfit and with a creative use of them you can maximize the use of your wardrobe. Here I have spiced up a classic shift in navy with a leopard print pump and trendy rose gold jewellery. For balance I have kept the bag simple in practical tan leather. A little fitted cardigan is a relaxed alternative to a blazer. It is just short enough to show the lovely tie detail of the dress.


 

Business-outfits - Back to work -I on Image for SPARK2015

Eleonora -Looking for new basics. This black wrap dress looks brilliant on it’s own but you can also wear it over jeans, open or closed. You can wear a long-sleeved turtle-neck or a simple T-shirt under it. A modern kimono jacket is a brilliant alternative for a blazer that can feel stiff in a creative atmosphere. A lace up ankle boot is very cool but a little bit smarter than a biker boot. I have added chunky silver jewellery with an ethnic vibe and a fun fringed tote.


 

Business-outfits - Back to work -I on Image for SPARK2015

Lauren -Lasting first impressions. When attending networking events add a little spice to your professional look to ensure you stay in people’s mind. Here I have chosen a tailored blazer dress in deep red that is a classic and easy to wear but very much on trend right now. I have added chunky silver costume jewellery, fun and modern monochrome bucket bag and a black pump with a little unusual cut. The little black blazer is collarless so it sits nicely with this dress.


 

Business-outfits - Back to work -I on Image for SPARK2015

Renée -Teaching in style. Summery dresses can work for you all year round when accessorized cleverly. This pretty polka dot tea dress in classic navy looks professional when teamed up with a relaxed wrap blazer. I have toughened the look up a bit with a chunky stacked heel ankle boot in beautiful rough all-round tan leather. The roomy leather tote carries all your notes in style. Sleek watch in rose gold and teardrop studs give the outfit an unexpected glamorous aspect.


 

Business-outfits - Back to work -I on Image for SPARK2015

Emmy -Standing out in peacock colours. This turquoise jersey wrap dress is the perfect choice for inverted triangle body shape. Deep V-neck creates an optical illusion of a narrower upper torso whilst wrap-style creates a nice waistline. 3/4 sleeve is ideal for wearing a chunky statement cuff. I have added a long relaxed blazer in cobalt blue with matching ballerina pump. The teal bucket bag can be worn cross body and the purple infinity scarf completes the outfit.


All the looks are also available on my Pinterest page https://www.pinterest.com/IonImage/back-to-work-spark2015-mini-makeover/ Go ahead and pin them on your own style board! As a cherry on top a tiny bird told me that you get a 15% discount on stylefruits NL with code 16173.

Your free “Back to Work -SPARK2015 Mini-Makeover” -look is not here yet? Go and claim yours here! The offer runs until 30th September and is available for all SPARK2015 participants.

 

For Amsterdam area this is the last weekend before the schools start again. Hope yours will be memorable and relaxing!

-Jenni
I on Image founder and image consultant with an eye for detail