Back to work: office outfits to fight summer nostalgia


What’s worse than dreading a September 7am wake up call when you are still jet-lagged from your around the world touring? The answer is, a September 7am wake up call when you are still jet-lagged from your around the world touring when you have nothing new and spot on trend to wear for the office.


That’s why we have been catching up on our sleep and looked around for the best office outfits to liven up your end of the summer Monday blues

Casual office outfits have to conceived under this very likeable expression: sporty chic. Who said you cannot wear a sweatshirt for work? Go for cropped length and look for metallic details, as in these luminous studs. What to match? High waist all the way, whether with a long-pleated skirt or palazzo pants.

Comfort comes with elegance when you style for the office a pair of technical fabric jogging pants: the particular texture and sartorial details allow you to wear something so ‘casual’ even for more formal environment than the crowd you may encounter on your Sunday morning coffee stroll. You can dress them up with a mandarin collar white shirt and an elongated silhouette blazer.

Suits. Forget boxy, think loose, relaxed and stylish. Playful inserts and proportions as well as original silhouettes are the elements you need to look for to create a business outfits that conveys formality as well as your talents in making your wardrobe magic. What to put on your feet? Loafers work as well as ankle boots

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If instead you are one of those it-girls who really like to push formality buttons with edgy and tailored outfits, this combo is the perfect office uniform. A crisp white shirt is worn untucked over a pair of cropped pants. Throw on a duster coat against that nasty early morning breeze

The equations work=dullness and fall/winter=gloomy are not supported by our maths expertise. We’ve got news for you, bold prints and bright colours will be your defence weapon against urban mist and standard office uniforms. One cut we have seen coming as popular in this fall/winter’s professional attire is the ball sleeve, a feminine and delicate touch in the name of simplicity.

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Valentino couldn’t go far from red, and matched with pink for an absolutely sophisticated combo. Stick to simple lines when you play with such bold colours, as in this office outfit idea made of a pleated maxi skirt and a double breasted jacket.

If you are hoping to replicate a bit of laid-backness from your summer fashion goals into your professional outfits, fall in love with the design of this fleeting tucked contour blouse. The light and flawy design can be matched with tailored palazzo pants to create a super cute work ensemble.

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