Top Most Inspiring Office Wear Outfits

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Anne Hathaway
Anne Hathaway

When it comes to the office dress code we usually think of the most boring outfits in the universe. And of course such associations do not look any attractive, do they? Who on earth would want to wear unappealing clothing pieces and stay totally unnoticed? This is exactly what we want to avoid. So take a look at the stunning alternatives for the office wear below. I am pretty sure all of them will perfectly fit into the dress code standards of your working place. However, before choosing any of them make sure that your boss is not a jealous lady in her fifties – you don’t want to cause any tensions, do you?

Office Dress Code: Most Striking Outfits

Anne Hathaway presents a very engaging outfit which by all means falls under the office category in case you are lucky to work for some creative company with super flexible staff administration and minimum of those frustrating rules. So if you recognized yourself in the lines above, then feel free to look for the collared jumpsuit in polka dot – Anne is wearing one by Paule Ka. This silk piece in black and beige looks very moderate: the only thing you would need to add is an elegant blazer in beige or any other pastel shade. The actress combined the item with Casadei black sandals, yet, you better opt for more modest pumps.

Andy Torres
Andy Torres

Andy Torres offers the brightest look of the day. The beauty rocked a striking pant suit in carrot red by Sandro. Such an outfit will be a perfect match if you are planning to celebrate Friday night right after the working day is over. The greatest thing about this outfit is that you won’t have to  bother with any additional accessories, quite the contrary – the fewer you have, the better it is. With such a catchy shade like this one who in the universe would go for extra jewelry pieces or other stuff? And the fashion blogger was quite wise in her choice. She added a sophisticated handbag by Proenza Schouler, Sandro loafers in black and white and stylish sunglasses by Celine.

Blair Eadie
Blair Eadie

Blair Eadie went for a very feminine look, which is not very suprising. The blonde stunner donned a beautiful Tibi maxi flare skirt in black and white with a very delicate sweater by Rag and Bone. Despite the fact that a sweater is not considered to be the most appropriate item, this particular look proves it totally wrong. So you can also go for a similar combination and pair the two pieces of clothing. Besides, if you style it in a right way, there is no chance someone can criticize your outfit. Eadie sported gorgeous shoes by Sophia Webster, M2M clutch, jewelry pieces by Cartier, Hermes and RueGabon and her signature Karen Walker sunglasses.

Sophie Turner
Sophie Turner

Sophie Turner suggests to forget about pants and skirts and instead choose a lovely dress. This is a very wise tip, as one piece can definitely solve the issue of combining the styles, patterns and colors of different items. The star rocked a very plain mini skater dress in black with long sleeves and a collar. The best thing about this frock is that you can add a statement necklace, belt and a pair of bangles – and voila, your super trendy go-out look is ready. If you are not planning to go out after work, then it is even more simple – just add a pair of comfy heels, elegant pendant and your favorite handbag.

Doina Ciobanu
Doina Ciobanu

Doina Ciobanu rocks a super saucy outfit as she poses for her cool update. I would call this outfit a rather masculine one, but this is exactly what makes it so outstanding. A baggy white shirt with short sleeves by Addison is halfway tucked into Alexander McQueen crepe flared pants in black: that combination creates a classic monochrome look, which is believed to be a cliche. However, when you add a lovely chain handbag in red by Saint Laurent, delicate pendants by Malvensky and Bunny be Cool Quartz, exquisite Longines watch and gorgeous Zara pumps, there is no way one can call this look a regular one.

Alina Filipescu
Alina Filipescu

Another black and white offer is presented by Alina Filipescu. This blogger paired a saucy flare mini skirt in black with a striped silk shirt and thigh-high boots. This outfit has the most of the sexy appeal in it. Alina has a tendency to allure with her stunning looks all the time, but there are times when I can’t help but share a sigh of admiration. A beautiful statement necklace and a super precious minaudiere in deep blue perfectly complement the look. You might not necessarily go for the same footwear piece – it all depends on the rules in your office as well as the weather outside. Yet, overall this is a very engaging outfit.

Daniela Ramirez
Daniela Ramirez

Daniela Ramirez is on the top of it, as always. The brunette beauty has an awesome sense of style which is reflected in her adorable looks. Such an outfit will by all means fit a very bold and stereotype-free lady. If you consider yourself to be the one, then get yourself a pair of flare pleated pants in emerald and a classic white shirt. You will also need a saucy bag, lovely pumps and a pair of glasses. Any additional accessories are very welcome!

Thassia Naves
Thassia Naves

Thassia Naves showed off her most elegant side as she donned a stunning outfit by Iorane. The cream outfit features a blouse with lace styling and laser cut panels as well as the matching mini skirt. This ensemble will make you the queen of the office. The blogger complements her saucy look with  a pair of thigh-high boots in black suede, however, you can rock something less sexy.

These were the most inspiring office wear looks that hopefully have assisted you in a search for your own style.

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Cara Leon

I explore the world through the prism of fashion. Fashion is my everything: my universe, my air, my alter ego. I do my best to suit society, but when society does not bother to accept my way - I see no point in climbing up the mountain. It is the same with fashion: if they do not get what you wear, it is not your clothes that are to be trashed.

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