What You Shouldn’t Be Wearing To Work


Dressing appropriately for work does not mean sacrificing your personal style but it does mean avoiding items more appropriate for the weekend (yes we’re talking about you, sexy slip dress). While you may already steer clear of anything too sheer or low cut, we’re calling out a few of the less obvious fashion faux pas. Here, 4 styles you should swap out for your workwear wardrobe to elicit the respect you deserve.

Photo: Adam Katz Sinding

We love a breezy sundress just as much as the next girl, but anything too strappy, low-cut or backless is better left for Sunday brunch with the girls. Instead reach for a printed jumpsuit for the same playful vibe.

Flowing Studio Dress



Printed Georgette Jumpsuit


MICHAEL Michael Kors

Leave your sky high heels for late night dancing and opt for lower closed-toe block ones for the office.

Coline Cage Sandal


Giuseppe Zanotti

Azara Ankle Tie Point Shoe



Just because your office allows jeans in the dress code does not mean that all options will fly. If you've been afraid of the flared denim trend, now is a good time to invest in a polished, work appropriate pair.

Point Sur Shoreditch Selvedge Jean



Mid-Rise Flared Jeans


Victoria Beckham

The old saying 'leave something to the imagination' definitely holds true in the workplace. Read: you don't want to accidentally show your boss too much skin. A midi or maxi skirt paired with a tailored button down is a polished way to wear the style to work.

Ulla Johnson Eva Mini Skirt



Daisy Print Pleated Midi Skirt