Whether you’re going on interviews, starting a new gig or heading to client meetings, think classic and stylish office wear for women.
Whether you’re going on interviews, starting a new gig or looking to freshen up your work uniform for the Spring, your wear-to-work wardrobe needs to be office-appropriate.
Being confident in your looks is a major part of oozing confidence. If you’re wearing something that is ill-fitting or not your style, it’s probably going to show. You’ve got to own your outfit and your look.
For inspiration, channel iconic women like Michelle Obama, Kate Middleton, Rachel Roy or Kerry Washington. Whether you’re into their styles or not, they’re unmistakable in who they are. When it comes to power dressing, you’ve got to wear what you love.
Below are some recommendations on office wear for women.
A cool gray blazer is ideal for an everyday office look. Paired with sleek tailored trousers, a leather A-line skirt or even a summer dress, a blazer can be the work horse of your office wear wardrobe. With a blazer, you will instantly look elegant and professional.
I love a slightly oversized, boyfriend blazer. In addition to being cut slightly larger than a traditional blazer, boyfriend blazers are tailored in such a way that makes them extremely flattering for just about every body shape and size. They’re the epitome of polished attire and perfect office wear for women.
Versatile, timeless and eternally en vogue, No wardrobe is complete without a classic white shirt. For a long standing white shirt that’ll be a signature part of your collection, pay attention to details including quality of fabric, cut and tailoring. When done right, a crisp, stylish white shirt can be the difference between sloppy and sophisticated.
Skirts & Dresses
Skirts and dresses are probably the easiest wardrobe staples to style—much easier than trousers. For this reason, we probably end up having a lot of them in our closets.
A favourite choice for skirts are A-Line skirts—which when laid flat, forms a triangle shape where the skirt flares out gently from the waistband. They look good on just about everyone but particularly for pair-shaped ladies, they emphasizes the waist and do not cling to the hips.