New Year: New Work Wardrobe
It’s a new year! Alongside making some resolutions, lengthy to-do lists and reading your horoscopes, it’s the perfect time to reassess your work wardrobe.
Whether you’re starting a new job, moving into a new role or just needing a quick officewear update, there’s nothing better than striding back to work with some new looks to help your holiday hangover subside. Here’s our guide to the New Year, New Work Wardrobe…
Ready, Steady Blouse.
Let’s begin with some not-so-basic blouses. Seriously reliable and stylish, an easy-wear blouse or top with some detailing, print or fun design can instantly elevate your office look. This year, it’s all about bold ruffles, neck-tie blouses and flattering V-neck detailing. These eye-catching elements will easily translate your look from weekend to workday.
Whether you need to add some flair or function to your day, a flattering set of skirts and work pants are a must for women’s officewear. Keep your look coordinated with perfectly matched A-line skirts, pencil skirts and tailored pants, or add an interesting printed skirt to your collection for something a little extra.
Suiting Skills Required
For that all important meeting with the board or a fancy lunch with your work bestie, your work wardrobe needs a solid and well-fitting blazer or suit jacket (with optional matching skirt or pant) to complete any corporate collection. Handy to have hanging at your desk, a tailored jacket is the perfect companion in any office, whether you’re in a smart casual or more formal setting.
Nine to Five Footwear
Your work shoes need to be comfy, right? Whether you run to the train, rush around to different meetings, or need some steady support in the coffee line, a good set of stylish flats and mid heels will see you through, in style. Shop our latest Office Wear collection here