The Prep Guy Collaborations: Ports 1961

So here’s a continuation to the styling collab that TPG is having with Ports. I worked with the stores Assistant Manager Pedro Parreira to make 3 fab looks for the working woman. 
Look 1
The first look is a work appropriate day-time look which is great for this spring. I loved the light-weight of the peach-toned top and the white pencil skirt. Because the look was so light, we added a substantial belt to balance it out, and of-course it had the classic Ports logo. 
Look 2
The next look is a great look for any cocktail or evening event (even for prom). The dress has great structure, but the fabric gives it the glamorous vibe with the sparkly jacquard print. The dress was by far my favourite item in the store.  
Look 3
The third look is super fun for a work look, but is cool enough to be worn by younger ladies. I believe the fabric was a light tweed, which is great for cooler nights during spring. The top itself comes up a little and to get the younger cropped top look, ladies could wear it with no slip underneath. But for the workplace friendly look a slip or a tank top is a must. The top flares out to give the illusion of a peplum-eque dress but you have the versatility of having the seperate 
Let me know what your thoughts are in the comment section below and be sure to follow TPG on social media. + Be sure to check out the Ports 1961 store in the Toronto Premium Mall.
-Syed, The Prep Guy

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