mythoughtsarestars asked you:

I was wondering how to to style a red dress for day or a business setting? I love the dress but I’m worried it’s too bold for the dress on it’s own!

Hi there! You can definitely rock red in the office! I added a few of my favorite work-appropriate styles to this wishlist. Try pairing a red dress with a blazer or cardigan to keep it office-friendly, trendy loafers and fun accessories. Hope this helps! <3 Amy, ModStylist
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I was wondering how to to style a red dress for day or a business setting? I love the dress but I’m worried it’s too bold for the dress on it’s own!
Hi there! You can definitely rock red in the office! I added a few of my favorite work-appropriate styles to this wishlist. Try pairing a red dress with a blazer or cardigan to keep it office-friendly, trendy loafers and fun accessories. Hope this helps! <3 Amy, ModStylist
orangefantasies asked you:

I have an internship which starts in the Spring with an Interactive Marketing firm. They are a young, casual company, but I want to know is there something I could wear that is professional, yet artsy, to show my creative side. I am really comfortable finding outfits for the fall, but when it comes to spring I have problems with layering, and warmer weather.

Hey there! Thanks for reaching out. A great place to start when looking to add some pep to your work wardrobe is with a fun print or pop of color. Try mixing a new pattern in as a dress or scarf for a little bit of zest. I also adore a bright blazer as a topper year round for a totally polished look. For the warmer months, a structured frock works well on it&#8217;s own with a classic pair of pumps, but feel free to play up your creative side with statement jewelry! Check out our collection of work appropriate garb here: http://mod.com/14ot3P3. &lt;3 Kelly, ModStylist
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I have an internship which starts in the Spring with an Interactive Marketing firm. They are a young, casual company, but I want to know is there something I could wear that is professional, yet artsy, to show my creative side. I am really comfortable finding outfits for the fall, but when it comes to spring I have problems with layering, and warmer weather.
Hey there! Thanks for reaching out. A great place to start when looking to add some pep to your work wardrobe is with a fun print or pop of color. Try mixing a new pattern in as a dress or scarf for a little bit of zest. I also adore a bright blazer as a topper year round for a totally polished look. For the warmer months, a structured frock works well on it’s own with a classic pair of pumps, but feel free to play up your creative side with statement jewelry! Check out our collection of work appropriate garb here: http://mod.com/14ot3P3. <3 Kelly, ModStylist