So, we’re once again approaching the time of year when a lot of people will be joining the work force for the very first time. Now, of course, in the professional world, appearances can count for quite a lot... so, paying attention to your fashion choices is no less important. If your new workplace issues uniforms or has a very strict dress code, then things might actually be a bit easier. And, of course, the menfolk also have it quite easy: button-down shirts and formal pants work anywhere and everywhere. Women might be looking at a more challenging situation. Luckily, there are quite a few killer combinations for the perfect office outfit...


Option 1:
The main component here is a simple yet stylish flare dress. For the length of the dress, defer to your office’s dress code. A blazer would work quite well with this ensemble, and maybe a pair of statement shoes. Leopard print heels, perhaps?

Option 2:
Looking for something that looks professional but is also comfortable? Then pick a slouchy wrap top and pair it with a jersey skirt. To wrap it all up, a pair of nude flats can help elongate your legs without the discomfort of high heels.

Option 3:
Now here’s a combination that is definitely an office must-have: peplum top plus pants, and neutral-hued shoes (especially if you’re going for a bright top).





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