Work with trends

Sometimes there’s nothing quite like being able to stay up with the trends whether you’re at work, rest or play. You might think that your working attire is a bit limited in terms of style, but it doesn’t have to be—there’s nothing to stop you from incorporating a few hot trends into your working week, and it couldn’t be simpler to give your look a bit of a revamp.

It’s all about bringing a few key pieces into your new season wardrobe, giving you plenty of ways to mix and match whilst ensuring you can keep your professional edge. You don’t have to shy away from things either—love the coloured leather trend? Then keep it stylish yet functional with a chic leather pencil skirt in a hot berry shade, a piece that can easily be teamed with a blouse or shirt for office wear with an edge. Statement jackets are another key trend that can easily be brought into your working week, and because you’ll be taking it off once you get indoors you don’t have to be afraid to experiment.

Baroque is another style that can be toned down for work. You don’t want to go for fabrics that are too heavy, particularly at this time of year when the temperatures are on the rise, so team a baroque-style skirt with a simple top and cardigan to keep things stylish yet practical. Or, mix it up with an embellished top and sleek pair of trousers—anything goes. The military look can easily be brought into your working wardrobe with structured shirts being ideal, and of course, animal print and a few motifs can adapt to any office look for professionalism with a bit of a statement.

It’s all about keeping things simple and subtle, but if you’re not brave enough to mix up your work wear to that extent you could always use accessories to give you a stylish edge. A statement bag or piece of jewellery can instantly update your look without having to feel like you’re making too much of an effort, but no matter what level you want to go for there’s nothing to stop you from working the trends this season.

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