Office Outfit Inspiration
New year, new wardrobe? Adding a big focus on reuse and recycle to your wardrobe can make a big difference. Starting with mixing up staples in a way you haven’t worn them before and keeping your accessories simple. Getting an office outfit inspiration can be hard.
But, here’s a guide on how to make the most of what you probably already have. Plus, how you can benefit from made-to-measure shoes.
Neutral Blazers can go a long way
First, during the colder months, it’s hard to keep warm in the office. Alternatively, a blazer may be just the solution. A lot easier to keep on/ off than a chunky knit and more versatile.
Using a neutral shade such as this military khaki (or a soft pink or even just black) it lifts up any outfit you’re re-wearing. Pairing with darker navy and black tones during a/w then nudes and tans during spring.
While you’re thinking of office outfit inspiration, a lot goes into choosing a pair of shoes. Again, keeping a neutral pair to hand is always a bonus. These Lilian Court Shoes are made-to-measure and elegantly balanced. Designed with a classic black suede. Then, the metallic tip adds an edgy modern touch.
Adding some texture
Next, one of the hardest parts about finding office outfit inspiration is falling out of a routine. For example, cutting out ‘I’ll just throw on a t-shirt and jeans’ attitude. Adding another layer to your outfits by using textures is simple.
For example, this velvet jumpsuit is a great combination of trends. With autumnal crushed velvet and a flattering tie up waist, it’s comfy yet stylish.
Usually, velvet is a decadent material. Play on that by adding a statement silver heel, such as these Ainsley Slingbacks. The cone-shaped heel will keep you comfortable all day long.
Stone colours are your best friend
Finally, a big seller for the past few seasons has been silk fabrics. With slip dresses, shirts and skirts in every shade available everywhere, chances are you’ll have a silk garment in your wardrobe.
Using a beige, nude or taupe colour, you’ll be able to wear any accessories or coats.
Adding some height is a must when you’re wearing midi-length styles. Another big trend for the past season has been white shoes. Whether it’s calf boots or stilettos, influencers and trendsetters aren’t letting the style go.
Featuring a mary-jane style strap and a metallic tiptoe, the Eliza Court Shoes are perfect for the modern woman.