Want to make your working wardrobe look less formal but still sharp? These ideas will help you get a lift to revamp your existing workwear choices!
(1) Striped Shirt, at Isabel Marant; Long Sleeve Parka, at Mango; Black Culottes, at Y-3; Black Shoes, at Dr Martens; Leather Tote, at Jil Sander (2) White Top with Accent, at Scanlan Theodore; Polkadot Blazer, at Mango; Tie Waist Trousers, at Miss Selfridge; Strappy Heels, at Nine West; Handbag, at Oliver Bonas
When you are working at an office, chances are you probably spend half of a day there. We believe that having a boring outfit to accompany you daily will make you feel lazy. So, the key to avoid this is to shake em up and be the best-dressed person at your office. This will also help you be more energetic, because you look and feel good.
If you work in a creative industry, try infusing your office style with a little touch of accent: a white front-knot top. Wear it layered under a stylish parka and combine them with a pair of culottes. If you work in a more “formal” office, you can try wearing a suit that is featured with micro polkadot prints. Do some pattern-mixing, by adding a vertical striped blouse tucked into a micro checkered pants. You will be surprised how easy it is to turn your usual workwear to a chicer look.
Do you have other ideas to shake up your working wardrobe? Tell us in the comments below!