I have been collaborating with Dai for the past few years now, and they are an amazing new brand that I am thrilled to be partnering with. It's no secret that fashion, as an industry, has been bad for our planet. When Dai started in 2017, their founder Joanna Dai, made the commitment to do good for the planet and people through their brand. Planet-friendly fabrics were just the beginning. Sustainability is woven into every fibre of the brand DNA and extends to everything that they do, everyday.
So if you are heading back to the office and want to keep the feeling of yoga-like comfort that you have been wearing when wfh, look no further than Dai.
So I'm wearing the original Trail Blazer™ and Power Move™ Trousers in Jungle. It feels so comfortable, like you are wearing yoga clothes, as its made from performance fabric, and is machine washable, iron-free, quick drying and anti-pilling. The trousers are mid-rise and come in different leg lengths so that you can chose the perfect fit. I had mine hemmed to 27" inside leg as I am petite (for reference I am 5ft/152cm) and prefer them to be 7/8 length.
I have to say that I was so surprised that I would actually love this muted shade of green, which I didn't have it my wardrobe, will be pairing with lilacs and pinks in summer months.
On their press day, I was fortunate enough to style a soft draped dress with sharp blazer, when I first starting working you were required to wear sleeves in the office, thankfully times have changed, however adding a blazer does smarten up the outfit to be more corporate.
This dress is made from plant silk, also called Cupro which is made from 100% plants, drapes elegantly and feels like silk with a luxurious soft sandwashed finishwhich means its so very soft.
Paired here with the Trail blazer in Latte, so that you are office ready !!
Tonal, elegant, impactful. Sustainable Drape Tee in plant silk jersey, that has been paired with wool suit in the delicate shade called Ballet.
Can you wear Shorts to the Office? Hell Yes, heres how:
When it’s hot, everyone should wear shorts, but here are a few stipulations: cutoffs aren’t ok and just keep your shorts tailored and you are good to go!! These are a bit longer that I would normally wear, but the Bermuda length looks so smart.