Gone are the days when offices followed a strict formal dress routine. Men in their classy grey or black suits and a must-have tie while women were seen in crisp blouses, formal trousers, minimal jewellery and make-up. Dress codes at offices have definitely become relaxed, chic and vibrant.
If you’re always on a run and barely have time to decide what to wear to the office, here’s how you can sort your 9 to 5 Monday- Friday workwear in a jiffy.
Beat ‘em Monday Blues
Mondays can be really dreadful, especially if you’ve a lot of meetings lined up. We’d suggest that you keep it formal and classy in the boardroom.
There’s nothing that spells effortless chic like a crisp pant suit. Team it with a pair of pointy kitten heels and a sleek belt for the added wow factor.
Tuesdays have never been tempting
Now that you’ve survived Monday, make your Tuesday fun and happening.
A monochrome striped dress with a pop-coloured blazer and a pair of black peep-toes sandals is ‘oh-so’ office appropriate. It’s sure to brighten up your day!
Smart casual is the way to go because it’s Wednesday, and the weekend is almost here!
Keep it casual by pairing your favourite ditsy printed shirt with dark indigo denims. Slip into leather sneakers or tasselled loafers to finish. It’s the perfect look to get over your mid-week blues.
Thursday dressing be like…
Thursdays are done best when in dressy casuals.
Rev-up your style by slipping in a pair of chinos and a handsome polo-tee. Suede loafers will complement your outfit. Go for a colour that matches the shade of your belt.
Thank God it’s Friday
Ask anybody for their favourite day of the week, and the unanimous reply will be – FRIDAY!
Denim-on-denim is a rage these days and a perfect go-to look for the last day of the work week. This is one outfit that will take you from work to post-work drinks in style!
Dress to impress in a solid-coloured dress and a pair of strappy sandals. Layer it with a biker jacket for a chic look that transitions from boardroom-to-bar effortlessly.
Want more tips on how to bring the fun back into workwear? Here’s a post on the do’s and don’ts of wearing casuals at work.