LOOK #1: Office
Stud belted mac – Warehouse (Buy here)
White wrap front short sleeve shirt – River Island (Buy here)
Black pencil skirt with side zips – ZARA (Buy here)
Rhinestone necklace – ZARA (Buy here)
Nude handheld bag – ASOS (Buy here)
Nude skinny heels – Topshop (Buy here)
LOOK #2: Laidback Office
Grey boucle jumper – River Island (Buy here)
Burgundy belted trousers – Oasis (Buy here)
Berry structured bag – Dune (Buy here)
Studded ballerina flats – ZARA (Buy here)
LOOK #3: Teacher
Deep berry slouchy ribbed jumper – Topshop (Buy here)
White shirt collar bib – River Island (Buy here)
Dark blue skinny jeans – New Look (Buy here)
Tan block heel ankle boots – River Island (Buy here)
A common request I get from women is “any ideas what to wear to work”
These came from women who work in different office environments, and also teachers.
For those of you in an office it can be easy to get stuck in a routine of wearing black trousers all the time.
Change it up and go for a burgundy colour instead- like the Oasis ones in our 2nd look. A structured but comfortable skirt is a good option also.
Invest in a few nice white shirts. Don’t hold onto ones that are gone off white or that don’t fit you correctly. I like the River Island shirt in look 1 because it’s office appropriate but also so stylish, I would wear this on days off with jeans and a nice belt.
Depending on how dressed up you want to be, have a good pair of heels with you ready to change into. You can always wear nice comfortable flats going to and from work.
Our 3rd look is aimed at teachers that want to look classroom appropriate, it’s important that you can bend up and down but look and feel good too.
These River Island boots are so comfortable (I’ve worn them)
I also love this white collar – it means you can have the effect of a smart shirt under your jumper but you don’t have the extra layers of a bulky shirt. Did you see my tartan one here?
I hope you find this helpful.