Outfit Trend: Winter Business

Outfit Trend: Winter Business

Outfit Trend

A long slouchy coat like the one shown here from (Choies $58) is perfect for bundling up in while still looking oh so chic.

A contrasting collar fits this stylish blouse shown here from (Chicnova $33) and the bright pink coloring of the blouse gives your outfit a pop of color it needs this winter.

Stylish double-sided button pants shown here from (Choies $37) are the classic business pants for your work attire and the grid print makes them trendy outside the office.

Some outfits could you a little sparkle to them, that’s why these suede top sparkly loafers shown here from (Footzyfolds $65) make a great shoe this winter.

To match that shabby chic coat, this fashionable black chain clutch shown here from (Choies $64) ups the chicness of this outfit.

Outfit Trend: Business Chic

Outfit Trend: Business Chic

Get this business chic look for the winter season! It’s a colorful and fashionable outfit that’ll keep you looking trendy throughout the season.

Outfit Trend: Business Chic

Stay haute this winter by wearing a blazer like the one shown here from (Chicnova $83) with this great striped coloring.

A gorgeous yellow scarf like the one shown here from (Modcloth $16) matches the colors in the blazer and will keep you looking trendy this season.

A nice pair of nude color pants like the ones shown here from (Chicnova $41) makes for a timeless piece in your wardrobe.

Not all that glitters is gold but that’s not the case for these sugar loafers shown here from (Footzyfolds $65) where they’re not only a glittery gold fabric, but also super trendy footwear.

This yellow and nude briefcase purse shown here from (Modcloth $43) is very stylish for the chic business woman.

Outfit Trend: Leopard Business

Outfit Trend: Leopard Business

Business isn’t boring, so your outfits shouldn’t be either. Shake up your business wardrobe with an outfit trend that is a little more fun and exciting while still dressing properly for your work environment.

outfit trend: Leopard Business

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A fitted blazer, like this chic mustard color one shown here from (Chicnova $66), can do wonders for you this fall by bringing a sense of sophistication to your outfit.

Leopard accents like this silky smooth scarf shown here from (Stella&Dot $59), is a stylish accessory that can be added to any outfit and turn your look from business casual to business chic in a flash.

These fantastic black cigarette pants like the ones shown here from (Chicnova $35) are a winter must-have, especially those that are cut as a skinny fit.

Embrace luxurious leopard flats this season like the ones shown here from (Footzyfolds $55), that’ll add a stylish pop of print to any outfit.

A studded, woven-shoulder strap bag like the one shown here from (Chicnova $59) can add a flare of rebellion to a normally conservative and mundane business outfit, as well as match any leopard accents.


Footzyfolds Founders Make AOL Home Page!

Footzyfolds Founders Make AOL Home Page!

Footzyfolds Founders, Jenifer and Sarah Caplan, have made the home page of AOL with their interview about how they created their innovative brand of foldable shoes that saves women from high-heels.

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Be sure to check out the interview and leave your comments on the page!

Fashion Q&A: Footzyrolls Founder Jenifer Caplan On Starting a Self-Funded Business

Footzyrolls Founder Jenifer Caplan recently talked at length with The Jane Dough about starting their business of compact, foldable, chic flats. Here’s a preview of the interview below:

The Jane Dough: So what motivated you to start Footzyrolls?

Jenifer Caplan: The idea itself hadn’t really existed in the marketplace in terms of compact footwear and shoes you can fit into a handbag — it just wasn’t available when we started three years ago. Our idea, our marketing and everything about Footzyrolls was organically our own. Once you create something and see that people like it and that it can sell, it’s very empowering.

TJD: Have you faced any issues or had any concerns while starting this business?

JC: Yes, obviously there are concerns because we are growing very quickly which requires lots of money. And there’s the concern that this industry is very inconsistent. One minute there are tons of buyers and the next you’re like “Oh my God when’s my next order coming!” But we believe in the product and we are very good at creating other things besides the shoes, which we can bring into the marketplace as well.

Read the rest of the interview to learn more interesting aspects of the business-side of  Footzyrolls as well as some entrepreneurial advice at http://www.thejanedough.com/footzyrolls-jenifer-caplan/