Fuchsia or Fuschia?

There are a couple of things in your office that do better without creativity and additional spice – office gossip and possibly your lunch. However, your experience in the office can always benefit by brighter colors coordinated in a tasteful way. Recently, more and more magazines cover the transformation happening in the office fashion. Some of the reasons they mention for employees fearing color in the office are:

  • The dress code does not allow it
  • My boss would never do it
  • I don’t want them to think that I care more about fashion than about my job
  • I just don’t know how to mix and match
  • It is just too much work

Do you think that these are valid excuses? Do you think that more exciting office attire is worth overcoming these challenges?

xoxo, Teodora

P.S. I could not believe I have been spelling fuchsia wrong all this time. I would blame it on English being my second language 🙂

TeodoraB office outfit

TeodoraB Office Outfit Fuchsia Skirt


Stripe Office Dress Shirt – Banana Republic
Fuchsia Skirt – Ann Taylor

3 Responses to Fuchsia or Fuschia?

  1. Andrea says:

    you look gorgeous in that bright cool colour 🙂

  2. Mica says:

    Ooh that fuchsia skirt is beautiful on you! I have started to be a little more adventurous with wearing bright colours to the office – they do seem more casual than black sometimes. But it depends on the office culture really. I’d happily wear the outfit you are wearing to the office! 🙂

    Away From Blue

  3. tanja says:

    Dobrijat,moden vid njama ni6o ob6to s misalta za rabotata na slugebnoto mjasto.Dage obratno-dobar van6en vid kombiniran s mnogo drugi ka4estva govori mnogo pove4e.

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