Out With The Old: Powerful Work Outfits To Help You Enter January Like A Boss
With payday seeming like light-years away, ‘Dry Jan’ restrictions in full force and the sudden lack of Christmas joy, it’s no wonder that January is a blue month for many of us.
So, what better way to cheer yourself up than to grab some new work outfits that’ll make you feel like the boss of the boardroom?
Whether you’re looking for a power blazer to help you walk tall on your commute, or you’re hunting for statement shirts to spice up your monochrome ‘drobe, our office outfits are bound to make waves by the water cooler.
Checkmate With ‘90s-Style Skaters
Check prints? Checkmate.
Nineties fashion icons like Cher from Clueless and Rachel from Friends have forever fuelled our obsession with plaid fabric in standout hues.
Transform this nostalgic trend into office-appropriate attire with this belted skirt in subtle grey. Tuck in a simple, high-neck top and slip on black tights for a look that screams ‘ready for business’.
Why not throw on some heeled booties to elevate your outfit? This polished pair is perfect for owning the boardroom.
The Little Black Blazer
From interview first impressions that count to dressy drinks with the girls, every woman’s wardrobe needs a black blazer – no ifs, no buts.
With its flattering hourglass shape and ditsy daisy print, this floaty number gives us total ‘The Sound of Music’ meets 2020 vibes, and we love it.
Shirt Prints Are A PolkaDO
We can’t get enough of monochrome looks, but if you want to add a splash of colour to gloomy January mornings, this polka-dot shirt offers plenty of spice with its rusty tint.
Tuck in this spotty staple and create a silhouette to die for with a pair of black bootcut trousers.
You might scoff at this old-school cut, but flared styles have burst onto the high street, and for good reason. Give these magical pants a go and they’ll bless you with curves in all the right places.
Orange Is The New Black
We can’t get enough of warm-toned accessories this season, perfect for lighting up a dull work outfit. If polka dots aren’t your usual gig, match colourful tones with this monochrome high neck shirt has you covered.
If you often wish you could wear your jammies to work, then these PJ-style trousers will be your holy grail.
Their drawstring waist means that you can eat a slice (or two) of your colleague’s birthday cake in the office kitchen without the discomfort that tight pants bring – we won’t tell if you don’t!