Whether you prefer soft pastels or vibrant brights, try these office chic styling suggestions to get your work wardrobe ready for spring!
The Work Skirt
Save the basic black skirt for fall and dress up your bottom half with a punch of color! For a slimming effect, select cooler colors such as cobalt or green. If you want to add curves, go for warmer colors, like red, white or yellow.
On your top half, try a spring print. Florals are a fabulous option because they usually incorporate almost every color in the rainbow, which makes it easy to pair this print with colored bottoms.
Top: Abrial Floral Print Blouse ($54)
Skirt: Jordanne A-line Skirt ($68)
Bag: Katana Tassel Wallet ($38)
Earring: Glendora Crescent Earrings ($28)
Shoe: Camya Peep-Toe Pumps ($89)
The Work Dress
Choose a modest silhouette and select a color that reflects your personal style and flatters your skin tone. If you prefer to cover your arms, layer on a neutral blazer or a cardi. Refine your look and add some height with a classic pump in the color of your choice. A roomy, yet structured tote for carrying your computer and wallet is always a plus!
Dress: Daphne Scalloped Dress ($68)
Tote: Huron Reversible Magnetic Closure Tote ($62)
Shoe: Emeria Peep Toe Heel ($80)
The Work Pant
Swap your standard navy trouser for a cheerful cobalt. As the weather warms up, try an ankle length option for seasonal appeal. For this look, we wanted to make sure we chose pants without belt loops or bulky features so that the top lays smooth and flat. Play on the blue hues of the trouser by adding a pattern in the same color family for a tonal outfit. Add definition to your shape with a cinched waist belt and finish your look with neutral flats.
Top: Geena Chevron Belted Tunic ($58)
Pant: Emer High Waisted Trouser ($98)
Bracelet: Amy Bamboo Enamel Bangle Set ($38)
Shoe: J.Crew Classic ballet flats ($80)