Summer is the perfect season to look breezy and fresh on your street looks. However, incorporating some summer trends in the office may be daunting. Mind behind the All That She Wants blog, Erea Louro is a Madrid-based fashion blogger know for her trendy office looks that may inspire your summer style. If you’re working in a creative or casual office environment, wearing some trends may be a bit easier. All you need is to draw some inspiration from Erea and be bold on your style.
- Trade your office trousers with breezier alternatives.
If business suits are not required in your workplace, you may think of trading your traditional straight leg pants with breezy trousers like culottes or striped pants that will look perfectly with your button-down shirt. If you’re in a casual office, jeans are often acceptable but keep your office style a bit breezier by letting your button-down shirt hang loose instead of tucking it to your bottom.
- Incorporate summer colors in your office outfits.
Creative offices often allow prints and colors to channel some artistic vibe to your workplace. Like Erea, you may opt for a yellow off shoulder top matched with a printed skirt, or opt for a pink jumpsuit that will make your office looks summer-inspired. However, better skip wearing unexpected color combinations in your office looks, as well as funky colors that will only take the professional image from you. Also, you may think of teaming your floral print blouse with a pair of pink trousers that will give some feminine vibe to your office style.
- Get breezy and chic on your office style.
Architectural and structured pieces may be trendy right now, but to beat the summer heat with style, think of getting a bit breezier on your office looks. Depending you’re your setting, you may opt for a breezy maxi dress, cold shoulder top, off-shoulder blouse, or even a lace blouse that will make you look chic yet fresh in the scorching heat of summer.
- Wear summer-inspired prints to add some fun to your office looks.
Creative offices permit wearing prints and patterns as long as it won’t look provocative, funky, or quirky. Like Erea, you may wear two trends at once by going for an emerald green dress with a tropical print dress and summer-inspired bags and shoes. If you usually wear a chic blazer in your office, you may think of a Breton striped blazer that will add some nautical-inspired vibe to you looks.
- Trade your classic pumps to summer sandals.
If you’re working in a casual office environment where sneakers are allowed, you might go for summer sandals to add some trendy feel to your office looks. Pom pom sandals, Birkenstock sandals, lace-up flats, chunky sandals, and platform ones will add some summer vibe to your office looks. Indeed, summer is the perfect time to look trendy and fashion-forward, even in the office.