Back to work: The styles to wear now
As we know, putting together ‘office-appropriate’ looks does not have to mean letting your personal style fall by the wayside. This season, there are myriad new takes on classic designs that will work perfectly for 9-5 dressing – which can also be restyled for after-hours. Discover our guide on what to wear to work now – we’re talking true wardrobe heroes that your colleagues will envy.
The it knits
If like us, you don’t like to be constricted at work and comfort leads your styling, allow your outfits to rotate around our knitwear collection throughout January and February. In a diverse palette ranging from lively hues to soft shades that bring the femininity, there’s a knitted design for every mood. Team with tailoring, or if your office leans towards a relaxed dress code, pair knits with signature jeans and modern trainers.
The work-appropriate denim
Update your work wardrobe with our latest denim silhouettes. From the denim skirt to the denim dress, the fabric we usually turn to for dressing down has been elevated for the new year. In mid-blue hues and midi lengths, these styles manage to be effortless yet high-impact and can be instantly up-scaled even further with leather heeled boots. Create chic trans-seasonal looks by layering denim with contrasting knits and longline outerwear.
The contemporary tailoring
For polished work looks, tailoring is always fail-safe. Opt for crisp, clean-lined shapes and sets – colour-drenching where possible. For a more modern feel, once you’ve curated your key pieces, keep them feeling cool with this street-style approved trick: high-low dressing. Classic blazers feel like a fresh proposition when paired with jeans and trainers, as well as when mixed with simple sweaters and T-shirts. The result? Fuss-free solutions that are easy and effortless.