Style 1: Pinstripes are a professional print, plus, they’ll instantly lengthen your frame. Nothing says power player like a pinstripe and the look works just as well for an after-hours event.
Style 2: The Casual business look or the-can-I-wear-jeans-to-work is actually pretty easy to do and quite versatile. The tip is to always wear heels, a very smart/feminine top (think silky blouse, men-shirts, structured tops), a blazer and a professional bag. Have fun with accessories and even shoes and bags depending on your job.
Style 3: The classic look is probably the most common and easiest way to dress for office, regardless of your job, but also the most likely to get you looking boring, unless you remember this one tip: always wear a statement piece, or just a more fun item to your look (shoes, bag, jewellery, watch, lips, nails. It’s all in the details.).
Style 4: Glamorous at the office is a look for all those sexy women who rule the world, and would rather do it in bright lips, sky-high heels and outfits that can go from 9 am to late dinner cocktails. The TIP is always in the posh fabulous heels. Expensive perfumes, rich fabrics, pencil skirts and silky blouses, long trousers, statement golden necklaces, brand watches and massive bags or clutches. These ladies are not afraid to flaunt it all.
Style 5: Sophisticated office wear is easy to do, but it needs training, so experiment away and have fun with clothes. The TIP for this look is: enjoy fashion and always wear at least 1 statement piece, clash styles, use a classy look for a start base and then item seems according to your personality.
Style 6: Simple and feminine is an easy peasy look if you’re the kinda gal who loves flowy flirty dresses, tiny jewellery and looking casual smart all the time. If you think chiffon and flirty is not for office think again.
Style 7: An impressive bag can transform your entire look.
Style 8: Put a feminine spin on a suit with a peek of the lacy camisole. Just make sure your top has a high enough neckline, as you don’t want it to look like a negligee.
Style 9: Bring your jumpsuit up to dress code by topping it with a smart blazer.