Are you wondering what spring staples you should invest on to revolutionize your spring work wardrobe? One or two spring trends will make a huge difference on your work outfits to make them appear of-the-moment. And here´s the good news, some best spring trends we saw from the catwalk can actually be worn to the office. Here´s an exhaustive list of what items to dig this season for work.
Look 1: Skirt, Blazer, Tee, Sandal Wear with: Blazer, Satchel
Look 2: Pullover, Skirt, Pump
Flute skirts, otherwise known as trumpet skirts, are a feminine silhouette that can be safely worn to work. Toughen it up with a tailored blazer and pumps, or dress it down with a knit sweater for laidback Friday looks. There´s no need to go matchy, intentionally opt for accessories with different colors.
In case you don´t feel like wearing printed skirts to the office, a sleek suit flounce skirt that´s clean would suit you instead. Go for a navy, taupe, or black.
1) Navy Stripe Flounce Dress, 2) Fuchsia Stripe Flounce Dress
3) Sleek Suit Flounce Dress
Spring´s trumpet silhouettes aren´t limited to skirts alone, they extend to dresses too. And like the flute skirts, you can also wear flounce dresses to work. Because they´re usually sleeveless, add a crop cardigan or a blazer.
Look 1: Trench, Blouse, Pants, Bag, Pump Look 2: Top, Pants, Bracelet, Pump Look 3: Blouse, Pants, Clutch, Sandal
Crop pants look professional if worn with closed toe shoes instead of open-toe sandals, preferably elegant pointed-toe pumps. Layer up a sleek crop trouser with a patterned top (think gorgeous floral or diagonal striped) and a classic trench coat.
Contoured Sheath Dresses
1) Sloan Sheath Wild orchid 2) Sloan Sheath Lava 3) Colorblock Sheath Fall khaki
You probably try to put your hands off body con dresses for work because they´re too figure hugging and are a borderline to office-impolite. But this season, the new contoured dresses aren´t only sexy and sculpting, they´re also tailored well so that they´re presentable for office attire. Try a bright contoured sheath dress, or a colorblock, for on-trend office attire this spring!
Low Waist Pencil Skirts
1) Sloan Pencil Skirt Wild orchid 2) Stripe Pencil Skirt 3) Emerald Pencil Skirt
Most of your pencil skirts are tailored from the waist for a smart tuck-in result. But for spring, you can easily get away with making things relax and not overly serious. That´s when low-waist pencil skirts come in. Polished, comfortable and non-constricting, you´re excited to work until the summer holiday.
Patterned Skinny Ankle Pants
1) Dot Print Skinny 2) Leopard Print Slim 3) Rugby Stripe Slim
Not everyone is comfortable rocking a pair of printed pants to work, and that´s understandable. After all, you don´t want your boss to see you as overly trendy. That could backfire. But the key here is going for dark patterns and prints, and then toning them down with clean solid separates.
Favorite Spring Silhouettes
1) Cobalt Peplum Dress, 2) Drop Waist Dress, 3) Fit & Flare Dress
Peplum, drop waist, and fit and flare remain as this season´s favorite silhouettes. If you already have them in your closet, simply update them with a spring it-bag, or add a slim contrast waist. Cinch your drop-waist dress at the waist for an illusion of flute skirt.
Now over to you girls, what do you think of these spring work wear trends?