Choosing office outfits every day is a daunting task. The dilemma of creating a nice, comfy outfit never ends and balancing between elegance and comfort can be challenging. That’s why we have prepared a weekly-outfit list that can inspire you to create great outfits for work.
Sunday - Suits
Since Sunday is the first day of the week, you can make a statement with your appearance and good fashion taste. Nothing speaks formal louder than suits. However, you can style them how you like to make the whole look either formal or semi-formal. Try to go for a monochromatic look since it gives classy vibes. Beige, off-white, and gray shades are very classy and office-appropriate. Make sure you pair your suit with an elegant boot or heels.
Monday – Blazers
Blazers are also very appropriate for work and they also allow you to pair them with jeans and sneakers for a casual-chic look. According to your office’s regulations, you can decide whether you’ll stick to a formal outfit with your blazer or create a more casual attire. If you’re going for formal attire, pair your blazer with a turtleneck, slim-fit pants, and smart boots. However, if you’re looking for a casual look, try to go with a pullover, mom-fit jeans, and white sneakers.
Tuesday – Sweater Vests
Sweater vests have become very trendy since 2020. The best thing about them is that you can style them differently every time you put them on. To create an office outfit with a sweater vest you can wear it on top of a white shirt or turtleneck, tucking them inside your pants. To make the outfit classier, add a leather belt that matches your shoes and bag. You can always wear a heavy coat on top, especially if it’s too cold outside.
Wednesday – Skirt
Jazz up your style by adding selective skirts to your wardrobe. Some women may not be too keen on wearing skirts in winter; however, with the right stockings and boots, you can create some fantastic office outfits. Pair your pencil, mini, or A-line skirt with your favorite mid-calf boots for feminine, chic attire. You can also add a belt to make the outfit more formal.
Thursday – Casual
Most companies allow casual apparel on the day before the weekend. If that’s the case, feel free to wear comfy outfits that can also be suitable for a night out after work. Although your boss may allow casual wear, stay away from cropped tops or torn jeans as they’re far too unprofessional.