The birds are a sight to behold during spring. If you have the good fortune to work in an office with a large view, you may feel envious. The trees and flowers have begun to bloom and the weather is finally warming up.
You can now wear clothes that are a little shorter and lighter. It’s important to layer and carry a jacket, but spring fashion is fun, whether you dress casually or corporately. (Or so we think!)
1. Dark blue skinny pants and ruffled Herringbone Jacket
Here’s how to avoid the “no-jeans rule” at your workplace. Many employers frown on them because they are too casual. If you wear a pair with wide, dark legs and a white t-shirt, your boss will probably not notice. They may even compliment you for how well you look.
2. Printed halter top paired with solid pencil pants and a blazer
You should never wear a haltertop to work without a jacket. Your shoulders, and even sometimes your back, are very exposed. If you have a nice pencil skirt and blazer, wearing your top with these can create a very nice visual effect.
3. Striped blazer and a ruffled sleeveless blouse
Ruffles have been a big trend in recent years, which is why this outfit was chosen. This outfit is exceptional because of how well the colors and ruffles work together. You can also be the first one to rock orange, a color everyone will be looking out for this summer.
4. Beige polka dots top with white pants, orange cardigan
Here’s another way to wear orange. Polka dots make for a great outfit, even though it isn’t Memorial Day yet. You can still wear your white pants. Accessorize your outfit with darker shades (like the ones you see here) instead of lighter colors.
5. The neon yellow maxi skirt is paired with a white camisole, and a light denim jacket
Wearing neon is best in the spring and summer. Yellow represents sunshine so it is a great choice for work. Maxi skirts compliment almost any woman’s shape and are very comfortable. And if you’re like us, you might not have thought to pair it up with a light denim jacket until now but…doesn’t it make so much sense?
6. Brown dress with animal printed cardigan
Have you ever had a weakness towards animal prints? If you haven’t done so already, why not invest in a cardigan with animal prints? Add a little blue to the neutrals. You could use a leather clutch like the one shown in this image.
7. Pink and taupe on the whole
Nice. The combination of pink and taupe, or nude (in the case of the latter), is not only “light” in terms on the surface but also looks rich. Finding the right shade is key; this one is more coral. The printed scarf and striped skirt are both super trendy. Yes, this is a great look.
8. The printed jean flare skirt is paired with a cardigan, tank and a jean flare skirt.
This outfit is great for the office. It’s adorable. But we will still say it. In this case, you want to make sure that the tank is longer than the cardigan. And that it isn’t overly large. If you have a flared skirt, like this one, and the top of your clothing isn’t fitted well, you may end up looking bigger than you are.
9. White collar shirt with navy cardigan, and goldenrod pleated trousers
This is a pretty conservative outfit, but it’s always a good idea to have at least one hanging up in your closet—just n case. Goldenrod, a sophisticated shade in yellow, looks great with navy. The brown pump is also a nice touch. Wear a tank or shirt with it.
10. Argyle sweater with pencil skirt, blazer and jacket
We’ll never get tired of it, no matter how often we see it. The key is to look for the kind that comes in distinctive color combinations—like evergreen, chocolate and white. It’s something you can wear either with or sans blazer. You can also wear it towards the end of spring, when the weather is warmer.
11. Solid cardigan and casual dress with stripes
Casual outfit ideas for workIf you have a reputation for rushing out of bed and having only a few (literally) minutes to get ready, you may want to invest in dozens of looks. You won’t need to iron the dress if it is made of polyester. The dress is also lightweight and easy to wear.
12. Lemon yellow blazer with grey pencil skirt, and a light yellow sleeveless blouse
Sincerity is the best policy. Lemon is a variation of neon-yellow. The main difference between neon yellow and lemon is that the latter is a bit more mellow. If you want to achieve this look, make sure to copy it exactly. It’s important to have some dark grey in the mix.
13. Black dress with taupe jacket
You can wear taupe in a variety of ways. You can wear it with black or white to make it less stark. Silver and gold accessories will work well.
14. White flare pants with matching lace top and orange blazer
Another shade of orange you might consider wearing. The orange blazer adds color and texture to the overall look. The wedge heels have a corkscrew effect.
15. All white with mint tank
The mint shade will be a popular one this year. So if you find it in a shirt or skirt, then it is a great investment. We also like it with white. It’s a very fresh look that works well in the office as well as outside. What do you think?
16. Grey pants, light-peach blazer, and off-white tanktop
Do you prefer neutrals or pastels? This color is somewhere in between. You can either wear an off-white tank underneath like you see in this picture or even a nude color of you want to “throw people off a bit”—in a super modest way. (The flats are lovely.)
17. Dark grey slacks with white cardigans and navy blue tanks
Gray, white and blue are all conservative colors. This doesn’t mean they’re any less stylish than the other looks that you’ve seen so far. This outfit looks great because it has a cardigan instead of a jacket, giving the look a more relaxed feel.
18. Hot pink top with white straight leg trousers
You can wear a floral top if you have one lying around. This top will make you look just like a flower in bloom. Hot pink is also a very vibrant and cheerful color. They will smile at you every time.
19. Top with pleats in peach and off-white pants
The whole thing screams “SPRINGTIME!” All over. Peach is known to have this effect on people. This is also a great example of a trend that has been making its way onto the runways: pleats. If they’re on a fabric such as silk or satin, then they tend to flow very femininely.
20. Chocolate and pink combination
Pink and brown. This is a beautiful color combination. How about the fit of that blazer? When you have a blazer that looks this good, the sky is truly the limit. Can’t you see it looking equally as good if the colors were reversed (the pencil-skirt was pink and the jacket was brown)?
21. Grey flare pants and taupe sleeveless shirt
This is a beautiful way to achieve neutrals. It’s difficult to tell the difference between the grey pants and the taupe top when they are displayed against the taupe. It’s the very thing we love about it. Here’s a great example of how white pumps can be stunning. This is especially true if your pants have a long hemline.
22. Marsala dress with flared skirt and tan Cardigan
Marsala was a color that was big last year and although it’s not trending quite as strongly now, we still like it a lot because it is such a warm color that blends in with so many things—like a tan cardigan, for example. Dresses that feature flared skirts are youthful and flatter women of all ages.
23. Dark jeans with printed camisole, solid short blazer
Your workplace may have something similar to “Casual Thursdays”. If so, you can wear this look to both work and to Happy Hour afterward. We like everything about it—from head-to-toe. We would suggest that you wear flats or wedge heels to work, and save the high heels for after. Your feet will be ready to dance! If you wish!