The Office Edit: Easy outfits to wear to work
As we resume our social calendars, we’re also heading back to the office. That means pressing pause on track bottoms on Zoom (finally) and getting dressed up for face-to-face meetings. And now that we adopted a much more pared-down wardrobe rotation, one thing is certain: elevated, easygoing pieces will still reign supreme. So, if you’re too pondering what to wear once you get back to the office, look to our edit of elevated essentials to achieve both comfort and polish.
By this, we mean a blazer, t-shirt, and midi skirt. Think of them as the holy trinity of office wear. You can easily combine them with other items in your wardrobe for an effortless office look, or style them for an after-work gathering.
The Relaxed Pant
Whether it’s a comfortable pair of jeans or more relaxed pants, loose silhouettes will feel comfortable while being on-trend.
Power moves call for puff sleeves and big motifs.
All Things Knit
Light knitwear is perfect for the upcoming temperature dips, pairing well with just about everything in your closet for designated office looks.
No office capsule is complete without at least one office-appropriate dress. This season, we welcome the soft touch of a knit dress or embrace exuberant, mood-boosting prints.
The Structured Tote
When it comes to utility, totes reign supreme. And our post-quarantine era will call for tote bags that exude professionalism and playfulness equally. With sleek shapes, MrCarterCo’s tote bags are an inventive take on the classic silhouette ranging from practical large to trending mini iterations. For an even more versatile take, VALBONA leather’s Working Mom Bag will have a pocket for every item you need, creating a neat and organized carryall. Top it off with Borneo’s handwoven laptop case to keep everything safe.