Spring means it’s time to put away the heavy sweaters, jackets and scarves. It’s time to pull out your favorite flowy and bright items to make a pretty, but professional, statement in the workplace.
Update on the Classic Blazer
It’s nearly impossible to go wrong with a blazer in the workplace. However, during the warmer months get away from black and other dark-colored statement pieces. Instead try adding blazers to your wardrobe that are pastel, have a fun pattern, design or interesting statement feature.
A Patterned Sheath Dress
This is a great staple piece that can be worn in the workplace and also at happy hour. A patterned sheath looks best with a vertical print to give an elongating effect. Add a wide belt for an extra statement piece.
It might be time to raid your grandma’s closet. Midiskirts are back and a hot item this spring. Mid-calf length skirts are great for a more conservative setting; the key to really putting a great outfit together is adding a slim blouse or blazer to balance out the volume down below.
We’re not necessarily recommending that you break out the leather pants for the workplace. However, a statement leather piece can add the right amount of polish and boldness to your outfit.
One day it can be 75 degrees and sunny and another it’s a blustery 45 degrees. Be prepared for any type of weather with a classic trench coat. Not only will it keep you warm and dry, but it also is an iconic statement piece that will never go out of style.
Break out your light and bright ankle pants from the back of your closet. The nicely cut pant leg is a great look on everyone and gives you a chance to show off your favorite pair of shoes. To really get into this trend try a pair of patterned or textured pants.
Do not let work become an excuse not to dress your best. Feel confident with your spring-based wardrobe.