Putting together an outfit for work can be a little tricky. Of course, you’ll want to look gorgeous and fab but there are certain things you can’t wear to work because of certain dress codes and limitations. If you’re putting together an outfit that you’ll be wearing to the office it has to be chic and professional looking at the same time. If you’re someone who’s used to wearing street style chic clothes, you might have to exert a bit more effort discerning whether or not certain items should and can be worn to work and there will be days when you just won’t feel like doing that. Here are some easy office outfit combination for lazy days that you can use as your go-to combos.
- Button up shirt and pencil skirt – this one’s a no-brainer, really. Just throw on a crisp white button up if you really can’t get yourself to think about mixing and matching anything then slip into a figure flattering pencil skirt and your slinkiest pair of heels and you should be good to go! If you want to give it a more personal and girly twist, choose a button up in your favorite color or one that has a cute design / fab details on it. You can also glam it up a bit more by wearing stockings underneath for the look of flawless legs.
- A suit – another really easy outfit to put together on lazy days is a suit. Make sure you have at least one or two matching jacket and pants suit in your work wardrobe that you can wear on days when you really don’t feel like thinking about what to mix and match. On days when you’re feeling a little lazy but can still think of mixing and matching, you can try doing a mismatched suit instead (ironic, I know). Slip into a sexy cami before you put your blazer / jacket on to give your outfit a sexier twist. For a more feminine take, you can opt for a skirt suit instead.
- Shift dress – want something that’s fuss-free and effortlessly chic? Wear that shift dress you’ve had for so long, throw on your chunky bib necklace and get your stilettos on for an office outfit that’s sure to wow everyone, from your workmates to your clients and bosses. You can also opt to add a blazer on top if you want. For a more fun and posh look, try wearing a printed shift dress.
- Shirt and midi skirt – here’s another safe yet chic outfit that you can wear to work: a cute shirt and a midi skirt. Midi skirts are perfect for work because they’re not as short and sexy as miniskirts but also not as long as maxi skirts which have a more street style vibe. If you want to keep your look conventional, opt for a pencil cut midi. On the other hand, if you want to go a bit more glam and give your look a more girly feel, I would suggest wearing a full midi skirt instead.