Gone are the days of bulky layers and heavy fabrics as the spring season is one of the best times to look chic and stylish on your office looks. With all the talk of trends and style risks, it’s easy to forget the power of streamlined, reliable basics. Since your work outfits are the building blocks of your image at work, brighten up your workday with our style ideas that offer both the freshness of the season and office-ready polish.
- Printed Top with Black Pants
If you’re working in a creative or casual environment, adding some prints to your outfit can be a great way to look spring-inspired on your style. Whether you’re going for a pair of cropped jeans or straight-leg pants, a printed top, especially novelty prints and abstract patterns, will add some spring mood into your work outfit. Like Lara Caspari, balance your novelty print blouse with a chic pastel blazer that will dress up your cropped jeans at the same time. For a fashion forward look, you may copy Mary Orton’s way of mixing her stylish prints on her blazer and top while keeping her bottom plain with a pair of black straight-leg pants.
- Printed Matching Set or Lace Dress
Lace dresses are great for spring, but look for ones with decent styles and modest cuts appropriate for work. If you’re not a fan of prints, then, opt for a feminine colored matching set to bring some effortless feel to your feminine looks. Plaids, stripes, and polka dots are great for a creative office environment, though you may go for watercolor prints, quirky prints, and some flashy prints in a casual office environment as long as you keep your outfits modest and decent.
- Floral Print Skirt with Chic Top
To add some feminine vibe to your spring office outfits, go for floral print skirts that will work well with turtleneck sweaters, knitted blazers, chiffon blouse, button-down shirt, tank top with blazer, and even a striped top. Like Mary Orton, add some trendy vibe to your printed outfit with a fashion-forward belt that will pull your mixed prints together in a sleek, chic, and intentional look.
- Spring Outerwear with Work Outfit
Whether you stick to your typical work outfit or go for a spring-inspired one, spring outerwear like trench coats, wool coats, sleeveless jackets, vests, blazers, and suits can add some functional and stylish look into your office style. Like Mary Orton, you may think of a checkered coat to dress up your plain top and skinny jeans or go for a structured navy coat to tone down your printed trumpet skirt and button-down shirt. This way, you’ll look fashion-forward on your work outfits while keeping it trendy and spring-appropriate.
- Trendy Footwear with Office Outfit
If you’re not a fan of a trendy look, or simply wish to make your office looks more traditional, then simply spice them up with trendy footwear. This will work in a creative and casual office environment where a pair of classic black pumps is not strict. A pair of floral print pumps, brightly colored heels, chic mules, fringed sandals, color blocked shoes, and canvas sneakers can be great to add some spring vibe to your office outfit without looking over-the-top.