Florals instantly feel springy. So even if your sporting your everyday khakis, throwing a bouquet blazer and you'll feel ten times flyer.
Veronica Webb's look is spot on for spring, it's clean and simple but bold. Try this trend by working crisp white-on-white and adding in one standout solid shade sweater or overcoat.
If a full printed suit is too daring for the office, try a patterned pant like Selita's with a solid tunic-style button down blouse and ease into the fulll look another time.
Shorts this short are not office appropriate however, with a knee-length hem this short suit is a great warm weather alternative.
Play up pastels layered in prints to soften up a structured suit.
Our First Lady knows a thing or two about dressing for success. Follow her lead and keep it classic while working trendy accessories into the mix like her metallic pearls and flats.
Take it from stylish Brit Alesha Dixon and inject your office wear with bold color. Polish up the overall look with a crisp white button down shirt.
Not sure how to pull off those leather leggings at the office? Polish it up with a button down shirt and top it off with a boyfriend blazer that covers up a little more than your average suit style to keep things sophisticated. Lighten up the look with simple strappy sandals.
If you're tired of the same old corporate shift dress, a similar silhouette with a peplum will transform the look.
Everything about Rosario Dawson's dress is great. The color is super feminine and pretty, and best of all the shape is fresh! Mixing in new silhouettes for spring, like this midi dress with short poet sleeves will take the bored out of boardroom.