How To Reinvent Your Work Wardrobe

by Anna P. | December 19th, 2013 | Office Wear
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business womanBreathe new life into your current work wardrobe. Sure you’ve got classics like a blazer and high-waisted pencil skirt that can be worn in a nearly limitless variety of ways, but it’s still fun to find even more ways you can renew your wardrobe.  Whether it’s adding a variety of colors or playing up with accessories, there are so many ways you can make your work wardrobe fun again. Read on for tips and tricks that are sure to inspire you!

1- Dress Up Your Wardrobe With Fun Blouses Or Tees

You can really liven up your entire work wardrobe with a few fun blouses or tee shirts. Think funky printed florals, stripes, dots, or even graphic prints. Wear one of these tops with a simple gray or black skirt for an instant air of chic! You could also try a plain colored tee in an eye-catching hue. Mix these fun tops with pants, skirts, or suits. Add a pair of peep-toe sandals for a hint of flare and a few pieces of elegant jewelry to really give the whole look a major upgrade. You can get away with this look in even the most conservative environments.

2- Don’t Underestimate The Power Of Accessories

A great pair of accessories is really all you need when it comes to changing up your wardrobe. You should never underestimate the power of fabulous earrings, a great bracelet, or a bold scarf. You can also create the illusion of a waist with a great leather belt(preferably a slimmer design). Last, but certainly not least, a great handbag and pair of shoes to complete the look. If you want to to pull the entire look together, this is how you do it.

3- Have Fun With Dresses

A great dress is sometimes all you really need to elevate your entire wardrobe. A solid-colored black sheath is a true classic, but a pretty printed dress can also work, especially if it’s a tame print. Regal stripes or small polka dots make terrific options for those who really want to put the wow factor back into their everyday work wardrobe.

 

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