I always like feeling comfy and warm during winter.
What I also like feeling is put-together and structured, so this week I decided to combine the two.
With the weather being sliiiiiightly warmer this week than it is usually at this time of year, I didn’t hesitate to wear my new Cue skirt.
Considering I am now a corporate gal, I have become a little obsessed with all things Cue – an Australian designer which has been at the forefront of fashion for over 45 years, and is most definitely an Australian icon. They are also 100% on point with their corporate wear pieces.
I think it’s safe to say that most women who work in a corporate environment will have ventured into a Cue store at some point, or would own something from Cue that they wear the work regularly, and I can see why.
Cue garments are of exceptional quality, and their fit is spot on.
What I love about Cue is that their corporate wear is in no way boring, daggy or drab – they are unique and ideal for wearing both at work and outside of the office.
My most recent Cue purchase is this Wool A-Line Skirt in Camel.
It features an A-Line shape, is constructed from an Italian light wool fabric, and has patch pocket detailing. A metal zip fastening at the back means that its snug and structured too! Camel skirt’s are great for when you want to wear a base colour that is an alternative to black.
I have paired this chic skirt with THE MOST comfortable knit I have ever owned, and my Zara knee length boots, which have ended up being such a great investment this season!
This Witchery high neck knit (which unfortunately is no longer available) is incredibly comfortable, and fits like a glove. I like that the sleeves are slightly loose fitting, which makes it have a little more shape.
Although I feel that this outfit is slightly too experimental for the workplace, it definitely works for weekend and evening wear!
Another reason that I shop at Cue? They offer Afterpay!! For those unfamiliar with the concept, it means you can order your garments, receive them straightway, and pay them off over a period of time – it’s like lay-buying, but 10x better!