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Stylist Tina Durisseaux shows you fresh ways to change your workday look into a great look for night.
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Tina Durisseaux: Hello! My name is Tina Durisseaux, I am CEO and celebrity stylist of Eunice Style Fashion Consulting. I am here at the beautiful Pieces Boutique of Silver Spring Maryland. And I am with my beautiful and lovely model Karina, and we are here now to show you how to change your 9 to 5 look, to change it to your evening look. We are going to actually start off by getting rid of your tailored black jacket that Karina will take off. And it will show you a whole different look.
Once Karina gets rid off the jacket what I tend to like to do is if I am going to go out I tend to like to take my white collared shirt and I like to pop the collar a little bit, once you have pop it up in the back and leave the sides kind of down, maybe unbutton one button and this gives a more of a glam look that we can take a into evening.
So this way when she is going out, she looks more inviting to someone. And what I also like to do is I'll take a belt and a belt is something really simple that you can have, that you may bring with you in a little black bag to work, is what I like to tend to bring my accessories in. Now I am going to go out, or even if I am going to have it in my car, or at my desk I'll have my little accessories just to add, where it's not too much struggle, and what we will do is, we'll add a little black belt, right around on her waist area. This takes it from a powerful business look to a more sheek and I am ready to go out for the evening. I also like to take a few of my accessories, and the accessories can be whatever you prefer. Some people prefer to use necklaces, some people prefer just to use bracelets. Karina and I prefer to use a necklace and a bracelet. It just depends on your fit and your feel for how you are feeling at the moment.
So we'll add a necklace to Karina, and always remember when you add a necklace if you are going to go on the out side of the collar always remember to fix your collar and pop it back out a little bit, to give you a more clean and crisp look. I also always like to make sure that my shirt is tucked in, in my pencil skirt, so it's not bulging out to give us the extra look to look like we are creating an extra side that we know no one has.
We also like to take is a bracelet and bracelet bangles are really in this year and we add that to the arm, and also sometimes I'll have my little black bag. My little black bag is my little evening bag that I'll take with me, and this will give you more of a your evening look going out to have a few drinks to just whatever you decide that your evening maybe. And this is really simple really clean, really easy something that you don't have to do too much work to what I tend to like to do sometimes is I may even change shoes. But that all depends on what type shoes that you may wear to work.
This same look can also be done with a pair of nice black slacks, and a camisole that we discussed earlier. We can also get rid of the white shirt. If you are not one that like to wear white collared shirt, we can get rid of the white shirt where you have a camisole under it and you have a cami with the same black skirt. You add your belt, you have your purse and your bracelet, and for those who like to wear earrings, will give it a special touch with your favorite pair of earrings. This will give you your complete evening look. That's all for today we want to thank you for watching the video.