What to Wear to Work The Week You Get Engaged!

You just got engaged over the holidays! Congrats! Now let us give you some words of fashion wisdom: with great engagement popularity comes great wardrobe responsibility. You’re going to be getting a ton of attention at work this week — “how did he propose?” on constant repeat — so make sure you dress the part of the soon-to-be bride. Here are some gorgeous work appropriate looks in white that will let you test driving playing the part of the bride.

What to wear the week you're engaged//The Knot

1 Leather shift dress, $995, Theory, Bloomingdales.com 2 Pearl and crystal studs, $165, Gerard Yosca, CharmandChain.com 3 Rose gold “love” necklace, $125, Shy by Sydney Evans, ThomasLaine.com 4 Lace pencil skirt, $2,360, Lanvin, Net-a-Porter.com 5 Long sleeve sweater, $80, Zara.com 6 Triangle necklace, $139, JCrew.com 7 Beaded mesh top, $119, AnnTaylor.com 8 Tweed shift dress, $1,795, Narciso Rodriguez, Nordstrom.com 9 Crystal bracelet, $85, JCrew.com

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  • Amber
    01/12/14 at 02:49

    This is BEYOND ridiculous. Are we being punked?

  • Hailey
    01/12/14 at 07:56

    If I knew someone who wore all white for a whole week just because she got engaged, I’d think she was crazy. Not only that, but these clothes are pretty expensive. $1,795 for a white dress to wear to work? Some people spend less than that on their whole wedding gown.
    If you’re trying to give newly engaged girls a way to channel their excitement, post some neat manicures for them to try out. Painting your nails because there will be a lot more attention on your hands makes a hell of a lot more sense than wearing white all week.
    Seriously though, is this article a joke?

  • KJ
    01/14/14 at 10:15

    This has got to be a joke, right?

    It didn’t even cross my mind that I would “have to” dress a certain way because of the new attention. Guess I blew it. Or, maybe, I just have my priorities straight?

    It’s not even that much attention. Work is work. I got questions for maybe 2 days and that’s it. It has all blown over now and I only talk about wedding stuff with the coworkers that I’m closest with and I will probably invite to the wedding.

  • MC
    02/15/14 at 07:39

    this is the most ridiculous article i have read so far on the knot. why do we encourage this kind of behaviour in each other? it’s really unattractive and I hate to see other women so wrapped up in such materialism and desperate attention-whoring. eeew.

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