Lace skirt and navy for the more formal days.:

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Lace skirt and navy for the more formal days.

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Black jeans, blazer and heels.

The belt around the waist is a wonderful accent and the long sleeves don’t show off too much. This outfit is relatively plain so try adding some jewelry or other accessories.


Green jeans and button up with heels.

If you’re looking to be professional but cute, this is a great option. Wearing a regular button-down shirt will give you a slightly sexier look which can be good for work. 


Maroon slacks and pale-blue blouse.

Dresses are a great way to look dressy yet casual. Instead of trying to find a professional dress, try using a more casual dress and literally dress it up.


Black jeans, boots and colored blazer.

The blazer will give it a more polished look along with flats and some simple accessories.


Professional Yet Chic Work Outfit

If you’re looking for some more color in your wardrobe, look no further. Pink blazers are great for adding a splash of color and making you look put together.


Dressy Polka Dot Outfit

This is another casual yet dressy outfit. Wearing a relatively plain top allows you to really wear whatever kind of skirt you want.



The beauty of this look is that it can be dressed up or down, depending on how fancy (or casual) your office is. The version above might be best for a low-key vibe, but to dress it up a bit, all you have to do is swap out the slip-on loafers for a pair of neutral pumps and keep the color palette neutral (or even monochromatic).



Pairing a pencil skirt with a button-down is a total classic, but it can also be a touch boring. To spice things up (while remaining work-appropriate), swap the simple button-down for a blouse with an interesting detail like a ruffled sleeve and try a patterned skirt instead of a solid.


Black Turtleneck and Pencil Skirt

The outfit is perfect for the warm days. This is another great option for stripes at work. Instead of wearing stripes on the bottom, try wearing them on top and pairing it with a statement piece.