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The Working Reading List: Working and Celebrating Spring

by Rachel Yeomans | April 13th, 2012   
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At first we didn’t want to jinx anything during the spurts of warm weather we’ve been experiencing this spring. After every declaration of excitement about the sunshine and high temperatures, we’d quickly follow it up with, “But we know it’ll be snowing next week.” Well…it hasn’t snowed (knock on wood)! In fact, it’s just as gorgeous with continuing warm spring-like temperatures. And best of all, the trees and flowers are blooming. There’s nothing like a gorgeous spring sunny day full of flowers and green grass. Therefore we would like to share with you some articles and outfit inspirations that represent this amazing weather! Who said it can’t also be sunny in the office?

We also share more reads each day through our Twitter feed and Facebook page, so if you’re hungry for more, you have even more places to check out! Have you read something you want included or do you have a theme you’d like us to feature? Or more importantly, do you want to share your personal childhood influences? Let us know in the comments! Happy reading!

Woman Reading Paper2 The Working Reading List: Working and Celebrating Spring
Spring Forward to the Work Week (TheWorkingWardrobe): It’s spring! It’s time time celebrate the flowers and skip over the rain puddles…in style. Check out this week’s winning Polyvore look!

Only the Half of It (New York Times): Skirts’ very multiplicity, emblematic of a fashion landscape in which no single style or trend prevails, is acting as catnip to consumers.

Brights in the Office (TheWorkingWardrobe): Which would you pair with bright teal: more bold color or neutrals? Will you be wearing Rebecca Minkoff brights in the office this season?

Floral Print Single-Breasted Jacket (Corporette): Our daily TPS reports suggest one piece of work-appropriate attire in a range of prices. So: No, this isn’t my usual thing. In fact, this is the kind of look that can go horribly wrong, in a comical socialite-on-Law-and-Order way. But done right? It’s fabulous.

The Spring Dress Edition (Bubby and Bean): From spring tea parties to inspiring creativity from a blank canvas. Here is a round-up of spring dresses for every style – all guaranteed to bring forth a sunny demeanor.

Student Fashion: Maximizing Your Investment with One Skirt Styled Three Ways (TheWorkingWardrobe): With floral being big this season, here’s how you can work it at the office! And we kept a budget: 1 floral skirt 3 different ways!

Google Doodle Celebrates the Coming of Spring (Mashable): Last month’s Google Doodle celebrated the equinox and the coming of spring in Earth’s northern hemisphere.

Bringing Out Spring Shoes (The Coveted): Yesterday I said on Twitter, “The best part of Spring is wearing cute shoes.” Which is true. Enter, the spring shoes.

Floral Cardigans (TheWorkingWardrobe): What’s in bloom this season? Floral cardigans! They’re perfect for bringing a bit of spring into the office.

Eight Ways to Give Your Gadgets a Spring Cleaning (Mashable): Ready for spring cleaning? So are your gadgets! Here are some tips and products to get them shiny again.

Color Trends You Should Follow This Spring and Summer (Man Fashion): 2011 was definitely the year that menswear began to really accept color. Both the spring/summer and autumn/winter collections in 2011 featured a more vibrant palette for men’s dressing. This season, the key color is definitely one of familiarity. Blue.

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