So You're Going Back Into the Office—15 Cool Outfits to Spice Up Your Rotation

All of them are simple and stylish.

So You're Going Back Into the Office—15 Cool Outfits to Spice Up Your Rotation

As anyone who works in an office knows, figuring out a different outfit for every day of the week is quite the challenge. And what working person has time to rifle through their entire wardrobe day after day, searching for an appropriate work outfit that's both stylish and comfortable? That's exactly why we went straight to one of our favorite fashion people on Instagram for work outfits that don't actually feel tired.

Trust us—we could use the below inspiration more than anyone. After wearing for the same jeans and blazer all the time, sometimes, it feels like we're one day away from going out and purchasing a whole new wardrobe. So if you find yourself going back into the office and feeling a little rusty at putting together cool work outfits, you've come to the right place. We've gathered 15 outfits from across Instagram that are not only office-friendly but that also happen to be trendy and wearable. You just might find yourself re-creating them outside of Monday to Friday… 

Suiting is an obvious choice for the office, and right now, it's all about the three-piece suit. Depending on the temperature, you could go with or without the blazer. 

Jeans and a tee immediately go from casual and off-duty to office-ready with the addition of a fancy blazer.

A classic trench coat makes this bold printed dress a touch more wearable.

Leather trousers are a cool and easy alternative to jeans that look 10 times more stylish.

Plain turtlenecks are cool and all, but graphic prints are simply elite. Layer them underneath jackets and sweaters or wear solo with jeans and trousers—the possibilities are endless.

Catch me repeating this formula all fall and winter long: cardigan + relaxed jeans + heeled ankle boots.

This is your cue to add a really great blazer to your wardrobe. It really does have the power to transform even the simplest of outfits.

Rugby shirts are having a moment and they also happen to be a cooler alternative for a work top. Give yours a downtown spin with relaxed trousers and retro sneakers.

No matter where you shop for them, leather separates just always look so elevated and expensive. Opt for a skirt set that you can wear together or style each piece separately.

There's nothing like a cute cardi to garner compliments from all your work wives. Tuck yours into high-waisted jeans and finish with coordinated accessories.

Oversize button-downs may be trendy right now, but they're also an excellent work wardrobe staple. Wear one with straight-leg jeans and flats next time you're zapped of ideas.

Jeans and a sweater-vest is the new jeans and a top. You heard it here first.

If you ask me leopard print is considerd a neutral. Take a cue from this French-girl 'fit and pair a printed mini skirt with a button-down shirt for a simple but stylish combo.

If jeans and a pretty blouse are your go-to formula, spice up your outfit rotation with a pair of printed jeans and an exaggerated collar shirt.

Give your crop tops a second life for the office by layering them over a button-down shirt.

Up next, 9 affordable places women actually buy work clothes.

Source : Who What Wear More   

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If You Only Try 4 Fall Trends, It Should 100% Be These

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If You Only Try 4 Fall Trends, It Should 100% Be These

I get excited about new seasonal trends just as much as the next girl but understand that sorting through them can be just as exciting as it is overwhelming (there are so many this year!). It's not just about figuring out which trends best fit your personal style (aka which ones you'll actually wear), but also which ones will stick around longer than a month. 

I've done the legwork for you this year by paying close attention to what other fashion insiders are wearing right now, trying a fair share of trends out myself, and seeing what fashion authority Net-a-Porter is featuring on their site. The brand is always a trusted source for what's trending at any given time and it looks like we're in agreement on the four major fall trends. I'm particularly excited about these trends because they're all really wearable, making them worth the investment. Even better, Net-a-Porter's current product selection is truly *chef's kiss* but I doubt you are the least bit surprised.

As far as I'm concerned, Jacquemus can do no wrong, and this hot pink sweater is no exception. The collar feels cool without trying too hard.

Slippers you can actually wear outside? Yes, please.

I'll be wearing this cardigan with classic denim and printed bottoms alike.

Why have one bright hue when you can have four?

You won't notice this at first glance, but the turtleneck is actually a separate attachment that can be removed.

It's just so cute!

Just add a blazer and lug-sole boots, and voilà! A full look is born.

The cable-knit material feels very après-ski chic.

The matching wide-leg pants are a must. I can't think of a cozier outfit.

The plunging neckline is so chic.

Wear these pants and an oversize leather jacket with the sweater above for a polished off-duty vibe.

The leather details make this canvas tote feel quite cool and modern.

I love that this tote features not only two shades of brown but two textures, too.

This felt tote technically checks the saturated-colors trend too, so you know I had to include it.

I'm here for the revival of brand logos as prints. Balmain is doing it so well.

This style is truly timeless.

This bag makes me feel the need to book a tropical vacation immediately.

While this coat is certainly a statement piece, leopard print is starting to feel like a staple, and I'm here for it.

This is likely the softest material you'll ever touch. 

This coat is giving me artist vibes in the best way.

Another animal-print coat I'm eyeing right now.

The more prints, the better.

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