I know many ladies who keep their work style business-casual at the office. This professional appearance is not too formal, neither too laid-back inspired. Everything depends on your company’s dress code. I know many firms which lean more toward formal style having business casual dress code. Trust me, this is a great chance to use some creativity in order to look a bit different at your workplace. I am so in love mixing professional attire with relaxed pieces. There are thousands of possible clothing combinations you can create thanks to business casual style.
That’s a beautiful shorts suit in dark blue color. We see young lady clad in a tuxedo inspired dark blue blazer worn atop beautiful black blouse teamed with dark blue shorts and embroidered cut-out peep-toe heeled ankle-boots.
In today’s blog post I want to share with you feminine looks that are ideal for staying professional and ladylike. In other words saying, it’s time to try something more expressive and individual. My personal suggest is to keep your outfit more classic. No, I am not saying to forget about bright hues and creative details, just keep the balanced silhouette and use classy clothing pieces in neutral hues. My personal advice is to keep away from revealing and too much exposed clothes. Better avoid short shorts, mini skirts, high slits, deep necklines, strapless tops, skin tight clothings, see-through and mesh details, ripped and distressed denim, spandex, too much logos, etc. Anyway, read on to see my favorite outfit ideas for business casual days at work.
If you don’t feel like wearing shortened shorts, then you should give a try to long ones. Here we see young business lady wearing a white sleeveless fitted top tucked in long slim-fit navy tailored shorts. Complete this outfit by adding peep-toe cream-brown mules and coral leather backpack:
A sleeveless white blouse is tucked in wrap dark blue skirt. Complete this outfit by adding flat sandals:
Keep it relaxed and comfy. Go for a long dark violet V-neck buttoned cardigan and style it with LBD and pointed-toe black strappy pumps:
Some like to keep things Tomboyish. Go for light blue shirt and tuck it inside slim-fit black pants. Complete your look with black slides:
A white-beige relaxed fit sweater is worn with khaki brown wrap layered skirt, braided satchel bag and mustard heeled pointed-toe pumps:
Speaking of khaki, then you should give a try to this chic safari inspired look that consists of khaki green cargo shirt tucked in high-waisted gray trousers completed with ankle-strap heeled sandals:
If you want to make a wow effect, then you should try on a chic black sleeveless top and tuck it inside double breasted high-waisted belted skirt that reminds me of trench-coat:
Keep it chic, ladylike and sophisticated. Go for white button down and team it with dark blue culottes and caged studded pointed-toe glossy black pumps:
That’s a fabulous look for Holiday season. We see a red sweater worn atop untucked blouse paired with black leather skinny trousers and nude pointed-toe pumps:
A gray-blue shirt is tucked in beautiful knee-length black leather skirt with an embellished front side:
Some companies allow their workers wear printed dress and sneakers. We see a beautiful fitted frock styled with black leather jacket and white trainers:
Some ladies keep their outfits all in black. We see a ribbed knit black short-sleeve sweater tucked in midi straight fit black skirt completed with white sneakers:
How about updating your white and black look with green accessories and eye-catchy animal print fur vest:
In love with patterns? Go for abstract print oversized coat and drape it over white top tucked in striped high-waisted midi skirt:
We see black jacket worn atop white top tucked in floral slim-fit ankle length trousers:
A structured tweed charcoal coat with black leather sleeves is worn atop chambray shirt tucked in black skinny jeans:
White skort looks mini. Try it on with light blue chambray shirt and eye-catchy silvery metallic pumps: