Apr 19, 2011 8:45 AM
Jennifer writes: "I have a serious fashion dilemma. I've come to the crossroads where I've left corporate America behind and moved on to the realm of self-employment. I'm no longer in need of high heels, slacks, and button downs. Instead, I need practical water-proof shoes, durable work pants, and tops that can sport our company logo, but how do I make these items presentable and professional looking for our customers? I can't stand the thought of polos and khakis. Any advice you have will be greatly appreciated. I wear a size 8 in shoes and pants and a medium for tops. Since I'm now self-employed I need to keep the budget below $100.00 on each item. Thanks so much!! Jennifer"
Hey Jennifer. Magzilla here! Here is a revised Personal Shopper for your request. The first was a total mix up. We wanted to make it up to you by finding a plethora of options. All the tops (vest and all) are customizable so your logo will be front and center. The pants and shorts are durable and ready for action. The shoes are all waterproof and manage to stay attractive. Bonus: a waterproof, easy to clean bag to take with you any where. We hope we made it up to you!
1. Big League Burnout Baseball Tee ($42)
2. Women's Softshell Vest ($35)
3. Unisex Dov's Hoody ($51)
4. Horizon Sunnyside Short ($45)
5. Waxed Grande Tour Wash Bag ($98)
6. Bella Cotton/Spandex V-Neck ($29 for embroidered shirt)
7. Organic Tunic ($30)
8. Linen Shirt ($60)
9. Paramount Peak Convertible Pant ($65)
10. Habby Waterproof Shoe ($53 on sale)
11. Burnside Waterpoof Shoe ($60)
12. Pelican Boot ($60 on sale)
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