If you see a woman who looks like she just stepped out of a fashion magazine and her outfit is something you don´t see anywhere else, she must be wearing a vintage attire. But how do you channel your vintage persona at work if the dress code seems to be too limited within neutral colors and overdone suit pants? As long as you keep things professional looking, rocking a vintage dress at the office would surely NOT put you in the hot seat. Here´s how to do it.
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Vintage-Inspired A-Line Dress for Work
If you´ll go for a vintage dotted dress, choose it in refine dots. Tiny patterns look more elegant and professional than bigger, attention-grabbing patterns. Your dress is just vintage-inspired, it still has a touch of trend.
We know that an allover small polka dots sizzle but you´d like to tone it down for work. A dark cardigan will do it for you. Complete the look with a pair of shoes that are also vintage-inspired, preferably with color that matches your cardigan. This look proves that when it comes to style, you´re in the know!
Vintage Business Dress for Work
In spite of it being dramatic, this gray A-line silhouette is presentable enough to wear to work or to business lunch meetings. It´s a go-to dress whenever you need a posh and sophisticated outfit for work-related events. Complement it with a bright cropped cardigan, such as this piece in red, and a pair of bright heel with instep strap.
Professional Vintage Dress for Work
This is probably the most polished vintage-inspired dress you could ever find. This polka-dot dress of black, white, and red features a form-fitting skirt of bold cherry red, a slightly-sheer, draped jersey top, and a back keyhole accented by a black satin bow. You´re guaranteed to go to work beaming with confidence. Feel free to add a white or a black blazer if you need to cover your arms. Complete the look with black accessory.
Vintage Inspired Lace Dress for Work
If you feel like keeping things chic and sweet while delivering your tasks eloquently, go for this cream, floral-lace shift dress with contrast citron green Peter Pan collar and sheer long sleeves. It´s definitely fine to show your fashionable side at work as long as it´s as modest as this dress vintage-inspired lace dress. Add a stone beige pump with double bows hovering above its tapered heel. Keep the look´s dramatic flair by adding a yellow structured bag.
What do you think of these vintage-inspired dresses? Would you wear them for work?