The 10 Accessories You Need To Rock At Work
There’s nothing cooler than a woman who can confidently pull off a bold-face accessory—especially at the office. A killer extra can infuse your own style into even the most conservative of work ensembles. From a metal collar fitted for a turtleneck to crocodile pumps that add edge to a classic suit, we’ve got the 10 pieces that will take your workwear game to the next level.
Ditch your contacts and rock a pair of statement opticals instead. It's an easy way to add some color to your overall look.
You should always have a document holder or laptop case to keep your most important items protected. Opt for one in a textured material like tweed.
Being on time is crucial in the workplace. Keep your watch simple and sleek so you don't mind flashing it when checking the time on your way to your next meeting.
To add some shine to your everyday look, put a metal collar over a turtleneck or pair with a classic button up. Just be sure to skip other accessories.
Crocodile Patent Pumps
A pair of pumps is vital to any woman's work wardrobe, but don't be afraid to opt for a more edgy texture like a patent crocodile as they can easily take basic pieces to a new place.
Dainty Ear Crawlers
A good way to add subtle attention to your ears is by choosing crawlers over a simple pair of studs (or distracting chandelier styles).
You never know what your plans will be after work. To avoid having to lug your extra large (probably over-worked) tote to a restaurant or bar, be sure to choose a bag that can easily transition from day to night like this medium-sized carryall.
Work-Appropriate Cocktail Ring
Cocktail rings are too bulky for the office, but that doesn't mean your hands have to be bare. Instead, choose a pave-encrusted ring. It will add delicate shine without unnecessary drama.
A belt, skinny or wide, is the perfect piece to elevate a sweater-and-pencil-skirt ensemble or add structure to an oversized blazer.
Cuffs are a great office bracelet as well, but again, a statement piece like this should stand alone.