Work Outfits You Need To Try

Work-appropriate attire is serious business. You need to be mindful about what you wear to your office. Whilst some offices have strict dress codes, a majority of them have dramatically relaxed the dress rules. This is especially true for women.

Since the business casual dress code is deeply pervasive, we have the flexibility to have some fun with our work wear. So, flex your fashion muscle and read on about the cool work outfits you need to try.

by Kiwa. K
by Kiwa. K

Give your usual skirt a miss, and pick up a suede skirt. Pair it up with a button-up shirt, an over-sized coat and boots to give the outfit a professional polish.

by Kiwa. K
by Kiwa. K

This outfit is a classic example of a business casual attire. The sweater top grounds the outfit while the striped bottom lends a playful element. The bag and the block heels infuse a certain professionalism into the attire.

by Kiwa. K
by Kiwa. K

This is a great way to add some fun into your usual office wear. Switch up your usual black pants with leather ones. It's daring enough to make a statement, while being subtle enough to be work-appropriate. Make sure to keep the rest of the outfit low-key.

by Kiwa. K
by Kiwa. K

This cute outfit is perfect to wear to the office and the evening afterwards. Understated, professional and adorable, this attire gives off a smart look. You can dress it up with a cool purse or leather boots.

by Kiwa. K
by Kiwa. K

While wearing different prints together is a major fashion no-no, rules are meant to be broken. The pencil skirt and buttoned shirt combo is a great outfit that is appropriate for work. Pick one subtle print and pair it with an eye-catching print. That way, it won't clash and it'll be easy on the eyes.

by Kiwa. K
by Kiwa. K

Who says denim is too casual to wear to the office? This is a great outfit if you want to break fashion rules without breaking HR rules. Pair this denim power suit with a simple top and heels.