With the announcement of reopening guidelines, New Jersey may yet enjoy the familiar rites of summer. Beyond beaches and boardwalks, a return to normal—even a slow one—means many in the Garden State are, hopefully, heading back to work. If you’ve gotten used to working from home in your sweatpants, trust us: you’re not alone. But if you’re feeling stuck in a rut, Hip New Jersey’s got you covered with a few fashion essentials.
1) Bia Watches
Let’s be honest—there’s more to a good watch than just telling time. Watches are a classic statement piece and an all-too-welcome reminder of time itself (no more days melting together!).
Available in a range of bold colors and straightforward styles, each watch comes equipped with photo-luminscent technology, Visible 247. When exposed to any light source for just 10 minutes, a Bia watch can stay illuminated for over 10 hours!
Not only are Bia watches beautiful, but they support a good cause. A percentage of every sale of a Bia timepiece goes to support women’s charities.
To grab your own, visit their website! Starting at $175.
2) Floral Print Fit-and-Flare Dress by White House Black Market
If you love an elegantly simple look, you’re probably no stranger to White House Black Market. With everything from comfy jumpers to chic work slacks, they’re a strong contender for your back-to-business wardrobe!
This dress’ flowing cut—with just a touch of cozy spandex—is perfect for conference calls or off-the-clock cocktails. Sleek and feminine without feeling overly fancy, this dress is available online at WhiteHouseBlackMarket.com.
Just $71.99 for a limited time!
If hand-crafted is more your style, you can’t go wrong with Julio Designs’ unique jewelry. From bold, colorful coin earrings to simple, subtle letter necklaces, Julio has something for every fashion sense!
Already have what you want for work? Julio Designs jewelry can also be a perfect gift for the 2020 grad in your life.
To browse these beautiful pieces, go to JulioDesigns.com. Prices vary.
Looking for more goodies and gift ideas? Check out Hip New Jersey’s Hip List.