How To Make Summer Trends Appropriate For The Office


As someone who loves to experiment with fashion, you likely try to incorporate the latest trends into your daily wardrobe, including what you wear to work. Striking a balance between being fashion-forward and being respectful of your office dress code can be challenging. To avoid a sartorial misstep, we’re showing you how to adapt four major summer trends for the office to satisfy your inner fashion girl.

Adam Katz Sinding

Summer Trends For Work

Unconventional Shirting

The new wave of shirting puts a cool spin on the classic staple by way of voluminous sleeves. Temper the exaggerated silhouette with slim, navy blue trousers, T-strap sandals and a suede bag.

Split Suede Bucket Bag


Massimo Dutti

Feltrone Sandals



Compact Cotton Trousers



Wrap Kimono Shirt


New Revival


Polish the ultra-feminine statement piece by pairing it with a black blazer, menswear-inspired loafers and a suede clutch.

Bliss Clutch


Dune London

Halsmoor Tasseled Loafers



Windsor Grosgrain-Trimmed Crepe Blazer


Rag & Bone

Ribbed Turtleneck Top



Ruffle Hem Skirt


J.W. Anderson

Pajama Suiting

Make this fluid suit appropriate for day by teaming it with pointed toe pumps. Finish with dainty threader earrings and a leather tote for stowing all of your office essentials.

Floral Print Trousers



Shirt-Style Printed Tunic



Sandrine Petit Satchel


Clare V.

Hayden Shimmer Thread Earrings



Abel Patent-Leather Pumps


Jimmy Choo


Go for the sleek, minimalist look with an asymmetric wrap top. Further elongate your silhouette by layering it over striped wide leg pants and barely-there ankle strap sandals. Complete the look with a stark white saddle bag for effortlessly chic results.

Wrapped Top



Saddle Bag


Loeffler Randall

The Nudist Sandal in Goose Bump Nappa


Stuart Weitzman

Stripe Print Pants


River Island