If your work wardrobe is looking a little worse for wear, go from drab to fab in a matter of minutes by reading this article. You’re in and out of the office five days a week, do you ever feel like you’re constantly wearing the same old dull, boring clothes? If your answer is yes, then we need to do something about it.
We are going to show you all the different ways you can mix and match styles, so you can look the part and don’t have to pay a fortune. After all, you shouldn’t have to spend all your wages on office gear – so let’s get straight to it!
1. Bodycon and Blazer
This mono-panel bodycon dress is not only bang-on-trend with the monochrome colour palette but it also oozes style.
At a first glance it looks like a two piece, a very smart chic co-ord – with its bodycon structure you can team it up with a fitted blazer or a boyfriend cardigan for a more informal occasion.
2. Layering Your Outfit
Now is the season for ultimate layering and this next pleat overlap waist dress has ticked all our boxes.
It has that voguish appeal, it’s smart and sharp plus the colour blocking trend is still going strong. Team this with punchy platforms or an expensive looking mono graphic overcoat.
3. Textured Flats and Designer Inspired Handbag
Throw away those old tired shoes and start making a statement in the office! These textured mini heeled flats are our number one saviour right now!
The best news is that they are not just available in black, colours range from a dusty pink to beige – so you really are spoilt for choice. All you need now is a new designer inspired handbag, voila!
4. Versatile Trousers
When it gets a bit warmer you might not be of baring those legs for all to see. This is where these cotton blend trousers come in.
The fabric is perfect for when it does get warm. Trousers can be worn up or down – mixed with fitted shirts to this mono graphic blousee.
Burgundy has cemented itself as a timeless staple colour that’s comfortable wearing everyday without having to plan too much around it, so dressing in the morning just got easier.
5. Box Pleated Skirts
You’ve probably seen so many styles like this pleat satin skirt before but never dreamt of wearing it to the office, the question is why not? Box pleated skirts are not only on-trend, they are also practical and very flattering. It will add volume to your lower half and will really show off your shape without excess material.
Avoid the frumpy look by teaming it with slimline sweaters and cutesy peter pan collared blouses.
By having these staple pieces in your wardrobe you’ll never get bored again of deciding what to wear to work in the morning. Don’t forget to accessorise – that’s the key factor to keeping clothes current and it also makes you love your clothes for longer. Take all that stress away from your routine and start travelling to work with sheer confidence.