There are some rules for a traveling sales associate. Be on time and wear business comfort. It's a dress code I've come up with for my line of work where I spend countless hours in the car and/or plane. Living in California has it's perks in the business world-- I can get away most days without wearing a suit when visiting customers, which really broadens my dress code options.
Made of wool, this J.Crew skirt is called a "mini" but I intentionally bought it a size too big and got the hem taken out 2 inches to take advantage of the extra 40% off sale. For work I really don't accessorize. It's a very conservative industry and the less flash the better. At most I might wear a bracelet and/or earrings. How much do you accessorize for work?
SHOP: belt, top and skirt J.Crew | shoes Tory Burch | cardigan (similar) Jeremy's