The Effortless Looks TZR Editors Will Be Living In All Season
As much as we love warm temperatures, the consequential short hemlines and relaxed silhouettes can often take an ultra-casual turn, which doesn’t always translate to our 9-to-5 routines. That’s why it’s crucial to have the right staples that align with just about everything—including workplace attire. No one understands this quite like Levi’s. From flattering jeans to classic tees and jackets, the iconic brand reliably delivers versatile options that look just as good dressed up for the office as they do dressed down for weekend activities. Ahead, see how TZR’s VP of Content Nicky Deam and Managing Editor Angela Melero make their tried-and-true warm weather essentials work for the workplace and beyond.
Rise and Shine
A roomy denim kimono is a light and breezy option to throw on over a top-and-trouser duo. Embrace the season by opting for vibrant separates to pair with your denim, like these Misha Nonoo trousers and Sezane top.
Ready For The Day
Go for an elevated version of the classic tee-and jeans duo. High-waisted black skinnies and an of-the-moment graphic tee become office-appropriate when a tailored blazer like this red Givenchy style is thrown into the mix.
But First, Coffee
As the weather warms up, an airy ensemble is key. Faded tapered denim looks amazing against a pop of color like this We Are Leone duster. Anchor the look with sleek accessories like these black Chloe heels and Lanvin handbag.
A denim jacket serves as the perfect neutralizer against a printed vintage frock. Go monochromatic by throwing in a tonal purse like this little gem from The Row.
For a polished-yet-comfortable look, take the on-trend logo tee for a spin by pairing it with a fitted pencil skirt—we're loving this one from Brock Collection. A tan tote like this Yuzefi pick grounds the ensemble nicely.
Elevate a lightweight sweatshirt by adding a pinch of sparkle. This sequin skirt from Anthropologie makes for the perfect feminine touch. Add some bedazzled heels like these Manolo Blahniks, and you're really going places.