How to Keep Your Style Professional and Feminine This Fall

This fall season maybe the beginning of stylish layers to cope up with the cooling temperatures, but that doesn’t mean you have to forgo a great sense of style. Whatever your work environment, there’s a stylish solution to look professional and feminine this fall so keep reading to scoop our tricks.

Opt for sweater and skirt combination.

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If you’re working in a creative workplace, swapping your button-down shirt with sweaters to wear with your feminine skirts may be easier. Like fashion blogger Veronica Popoiacu, go professional and sleek in a monochromatic outfit with a brown sweater and metallic skirt that look fall-inspired since you’re wearing the color palette of the season. Or, think of an off-shoulder sweater that looks more feminine over a turtleneck one and will go well with your midi skirts. If you’re aiming for a feminine look, better opt for a fitted sweater and save your chunky fisherman knits on your casual weekends.

Trade your classic pumps with a pair of tall boots.


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Look professional and feminine with a pair of tall boots. Like fashion blogger Jean Wang, you may opt for a black pair that looks more professional and sleek over gray and light-colored ones, which will make your shorter skirts work in a professional workplace. If you’re working in a casual workplace that allows jeans and sneakers, trade your sneakers to a pair of leather or patent boots that will create an interesting fabric contrast with your denim jeans.

Be creative on your layers.

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When wearing layers, the proper fit and balanced silhouettes are the keys. Like fashion blogger Jean Wang, you may think of going for a pair of leather trousers and a black blouse, which is appropriate for the fall season, and top it with a tweed blazer for an added warmth. If you’re working in a more casual environment, resort to cardigans that will dress up your striped tee and skinny jeans a bit. If you’re not a fan of tall boots or your workplace calls for more conservative dress code, copy Jean Wang’s look by going for a chic office outfit teamed with opaque black tights and a structured coat, making her office looks season-appropriate at the same time professional and feminine.

Complete your fall outfit with a stylish scarf.

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If wearing multiple layers sounds unattractive for you, finish your fall office looks with a stylish scarf that’s feminine and functional for the colder weather. Like Jean Wang, go for a printed yet office-appropriate scarf that will add some flair to your office looks, making them more vibrant, creative, and expressive. By heeding these simple tricks, you’ll be able to make your office style this fall season more professional and feminine at the same time.

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