SHOULDER PADS

Shoulder pads aren’t bad!

The fashion of the 80s is back and is just one of the trends as such. In the 80s for men as well as women to get noticed at all costs was the goal.

Maybe some of you can still remember it: crinkly colors … it had to sparkle, shine and it had to look very individual!

“The more the merrier” or “better too much than too little” were two famous mottos in that decade and this was especially evident in fashion pieces such as oversized blazers and jackets, abstract graphic prints, neon colors and shoulder pads. It had to be more and more extreme.

At the time we were still quark in the shop window* (a proverb in Germany) and can tell you only by stories. But it seems to have been a “loud” flashy time, that’s why the fashion world is only too happy to fall back on the 80s style today. Style and movie icons like Madonna, Princess Diana or Boy George wear/wore shoulder pads. In short, “you still have it on the screen”, so you can see striking style characters of this time even today on the big screen and on TV.

Of course, courage is necessary to dress according to the 80s, because with these looks, you are guaranteed to stand out everywhere in the crowd! So if there are shrill birds among you readers, get ready because on the horizon the 80’s are approaching.

*It means that we were not born at that time.

~Julia & Melli

MODERN BUSINESS

We have always found elegant business fashion to be very stylish. Pantsuits, skirts, blouses, as well as simple trousers or jumpsuits. The fashion reflects the own personality and makes for a professional and serious impression.

Spring is a particularly exciting season for fashion enthusiasts. We are combining, experimenting and layering as much as possible – that’s why creativity doesn’t stop at our office outfit! Today we would like to introduce you to our favorite business look for spring.

As Women at Work, we are not only regularly confronted with new professional challenges, but also with one or the other fashionable dilemma. Business looks for women are far less easy to implement than the corresponding dress codes of our male colleagues. Especially if you want to bring your own individual style into the office styles. Fortunately, there are very special pieces that enhance every office look in the same fashion.

But the outfit not only suits the office but also a successful evening in a slightly fancier restaurant or an event where a glamorous wardrobe is desired.

~Julia & Melli