Workwear Edit | Casual Workwear Made Easy
With 70% of our time spent in office today, dressing for office wearability becomes important. Most of us realise that we spend more sartorial time and effort dressing for work than on our weekends. I pretty much live in casual rompers, comfortable knit dresses on weekends. I am always on the hunt for versatile dresses that I can relax in while looking office chic for work.
1. Wrap style shiftdress
I’ve been looking for feminine casual shiftdress for quite a while. This one is one of my favourite. The faux wrap piece is lightly draped in front and secured to the side with a bow, unique and concealing all my weekend binges at the same time too! The peachy pink colour palette is fun and casual at the same time, while its sartorial details are kept minimal for a professional effect.
2. Minimalistic Floral Layered Dress
Floral prints always evoke a sense of relax feel. To spice things up in the office, why not work an adorable print into a minimalistic and classic silhouette? The refreshing feel from the chiffon material and unique print is perfect for your weekends wear, but the simple, classic silhouette keeps it workplace appropriate.
3. Oversized Top
Who don’t like the comfort of a oversized top? With classic fitted silhouette exploding into boxier shapes, we are reminded of our weekends lounge wear. Here’s how to work an oversized top: match it with skinny pants or tapered office skirt. The overall effect is chic and sophisticated for office while comfortable and relaxed for the casual weekends.
4. Tribal Style Long Necklace
Tribal styles always throw us right away into the holiday mood. With its colourful and fun geometric patterns, it instantly spice up any simple work outfit.