Style Goals: How to Spruce Up Your Work Wear

Fashion editor Joiee Thorpe shows us how to werk our workwear.

It’s easy to fall into that same routine when getting dressed for work especially when you have a pant-suit-and-button-up kind of job. There are so many fun ways you can spice up what you already have without crossing the line!

The Tailored Suit

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Kearney Blouse

Available at Aritzia | $110

A Little After Midnight in Black

Available at Emily Cho | $295.00

This season’s trend is probably the easiest to try when you work in a more conservative workspace. No matter your line of work, a tailored suit is a great investment. It’s timeless and never fails to make a powerful statement. If you want to steer clear of a boring black version, try a suit with pops of color for a more feminine, flirty feel. The red buttons on this Pinko suit add a bright element that keeps all eyes on you — in the most professional way.

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Graphic Prints

Aurora Iso Noppa skirt

Available at Marimekko | $206.50

Kallmus Blouse

Available at Aritzia | $110

Elevenses in Valentine Red Flot

Available at Emily Cho | $375.00

Do you want to try prints but are unsure about what types are acceptable or go a bit too far?  Try graphic prints to elevate your work style in the chicest of ways. Add a feminine blouse and a bold colored bag and that’s a printed look that’s totally work worthy.

The New Trench

Mr. Larkin, Ahinaa Coat, Rouge

Available at Mr. Larkin | $590.00

Cotton Shirt

Available at H&M | $24.99

Cropped Worker Indigo Stretch Denim

Available at Closed

Punch up your casual Friday look by adding some drama with a colored trench. This pastel pink version is super feminine and dresses up your basic jean. Top off your look with chic patent leather flats and you’ve taken jeans a t-shirt to a new level.

Even with a dress code, don’t be afraid to shake it up a bit. Add some personality to your work wear with simple touches. And remember ladies, #StyleGoals rule number one…don’t play it safe and don’t be basic!

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