Office Style: In The Cut

You can never go wrong with denim cutoffs. They are so versatile and a staple item in many of our closets. I’ve been wearing the same pair since sophomore year of college and they are still going strong! This was definitely the theme this week around the home office. In an array of different washes and styles, our girls were pairing them with vintage tees and cozy tops.


This red, white and blue combination is on point!


Our intimates assistant merchandiser keeps her look casual and sporty with a pair of high-top sneaks.






I really like the angled cut in the pair our sample coordinator is wearing.



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10 years ago

Love the look in the first picture with the red booties and those angled shorts are adorable…got to go and find my scissors now to attempt cutting up some angled shorts! Thanks Jana <3

10 years ago

You can never go wrong with denim cutoffs? I beg to differ.

Gigi G
10 years ago

The Deathly Hallows tattoo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Crazy cool!!!!!!! I’m jealous; I really want one too. Beautiful women, beautiful style!!!

10 years ago

Must agree with Abby.

10 years ago

Love this, love the real women, curves. i love all of it

10 years ago

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10 years ago

last picture ise very good

10 years ago

curves. i love all of it

10 years ago

hahahaha. these comments are great!!!

7 years ago

Deep thinking – adds a new dinimseon to it all.

I’m really enjoying the theme/design of your blog. Do you ever run into any browser compatibility problems? A number of my blog readers have complained about my site not operating correctly in Explorer but looks great in Firefox. Do you have any suggestions to help fix this problem?

7 years ago

Hrm. While I wouldn’t equate The Beatles to Beethoven or Mozart, I would say that if there were great books of the east, then Miyazaki’s Nausicaa manga should be on it. It is deeply profound…and dare I say beautiful. If were to use the shear number of great ideas present…love, honor, war and peace, duty, science, justice, religion, progress, monarchy, tyranny and despotism, revolution, aristocracy, change, idea, and that list is just what I can think of off the top of my head.