If you ran a quick Google search on workwear a few years ago, your screen would quickly fill up with images of tailored trousers and crisp shirts. However, in recent times, with Gen Z and millennials joining the workforce, the definition of office-appropriate attire is quickly changing and we’re here for it.
Now, we’re increasingly making room for multitasking silhouettes and shades that feel as at home in the conference room as they do at cocktail hour. For those, who are looking to update their work wardrobe with styles that transition seamlessly from nine to wine, we’ve rounded up four trends from our latest drop. Scroll down to shop them now.
You know the waistcoats that Monica and Rachel wore in the early seasons of Friends? They are back and they serve as the perfect alternative to bulky blazers. We’re wearing them with matching trousers – a co-ord set which involves minimum effort but makes maximum impact is perfect for those mornings when you’re in a rush – and in shades that go from work to play with ease. Think statement pinks and fiery reds.
What’s the one thing that the best work-to-play pieces have in common? Thoughtful details. For instance, when served with a statement bow, a white button-down looks good from nine to five and five to nine. Similarly, a shirt dress with a tie-up detail at the waist transitions seamlessly from desk to dinner – all you need is a few simple accessory swaps. In our latest collection, you’ll find several such styles which prove that sometime its the little things that make all the difference. Stock up on our not-so-basic basics today.
Stripes have always been a staple in work wardrobes, but this season, they are bigger and bolder than before. The beauty of the print lies in its versatility. Horizontal or vertical, wide or thin, monochrome or multicoloured, each combination tells a different story.
Pro tip: For the sartorially brave at heart, we recommend committing to statement stripes from top to toe.
The accessories in our latest collection are more than mere afterthoughts – they have the power to lift even the most pared-back looks. We’re counting on bags in Crayola colours, bold gold jewellery and shoes that are anything but basic – we’re putting our best foot forward with sculptural heels.