It’s time to think of summer fashion, right? In today’s post, I want to share with you my favorite street style pieces that can be worn to work. I think everyone’s will agree with me that not always new looks and trends can be used at work. You spend most of your time at work, that’s why you need an ideal outfit that will suit you at the office, as well as at parties, cafés, and shopping malls. In other words saying you need something versatile, easy-to-wear and style. This 2018 hot season comes with amazing styling tricks and tips. Anyway, I gathered my favorite street style summer images that will inspire you to wear something trendy during working hours. Read on to find out more.
The first thing that popped into my mind is the monochrome look. Try on an all-white ensemble that will underline your femininity and professionalism. There are lots of great ways how to put together an all white office-friendly look. For instance, try on a white shirt, white pencil skirt or tailored trousers and complete them with a structured white blazer. The result gonna look posh, professional and glamour. If your office dress-code is not a strict one, then you can try on a maxi dress. There are lots of simple maxi gown designs that can be easily transformed into office-appropriate garments. All you need is to pair them up with heels, blazers and classic purses. A tailored blazer is a must-have additional layer that will add a pro look to the whole outfit. If it’s hot outside, then the best choice might be a shirt dress. This frock will make you look effortlessly chic at the office. You can style it as your favorite button-down shirt or wear it just like an ordinary dress. I am so in love with this design, as it makes me look both professional and voguish. You might consider denim jacket to be extremely casual, but I think it’s appropriate to wear on Friday’s. If the dress code of your company allows you to wear denim on Friday’s then why can’t you wear it, right? All you need is to wear denim jacket atop white blouse tucked in black trousers. Personally, I love to wear stripes at work. They do look great on my button-down shirt tucked in ankle-length navy trousers, as well as on my white blazer worn atop basic separates. This print can be incorporated into any look.