Breezy summer looks you can wear to work
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Formal, Where?2 of 13
Suits are a year-round office staple, but in warmer months, choose one in a light color like cream or khaki and in a breezy fabric like linen or silk. A slim, tailored fit with a belted waist will suggest an even more polished look and flatter your figure.
Built In3 of 13
Let a structured shirtdress be your workweek go-to. A solid color can be easily accessorized with different shoes, belts or jewelry to create ever-changing looks.
Hole in One4 of 13
Try one of this season's hottest trends with a lace pencil skirt. A pop of color combined with a modern pattern will keep this look fresh.
A Plus5 of 13
An A-line skirt is a flattering wardrobe staple. Dress yours up with a blouse and heels or down with a T-shirt, lightweight cardigan and ballet flats.
Back in Black6 of 13
Take your LBD for a spin at the office. A subtle pattern like lace or Swiss dots will earn you style points.
Sheer Thing7 of 13
Transparent fabrics can take you from 9 to 5, as long as you stick to tailored pieces—like a ladylike button-down.
A Cut Above8 of 13
A pair of luxe trousers offer a strong silhouette and pair easily with a variety of tops. Go for an ankle-grazing length to keep the look current.
Pretty in Print9 of 13
A printed dress, blouse or skirt will refresh your office look. Try a simple flora or fauna motif for a work-worthy outfit.
Come Around10 of 13
The wrap dress is a classic style that flatters any figure. Try a twist on this staple with a kimono-style wrap or a two-tone look.
Follow Suit11 of 13
You can wear a pantsuit together or as separates, upping the versatility factor. For a truly striking look, try it in a subtly printed pattern or a nontraditional fabric like silk.
Shape Shifter12 of 13
A tailored shift dress with a retro flair is a ladylike office option. Choose a color that complements your skin tone, and accessorize with simple shoes and jewelry.
Shine On13 of 13
Make shimmery fabrics daytime-appropriate by pairing a single shiny piece with an otherwise subdued outfit.