7 Fall Trends To Try At The Office

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After a long, hot summer of wearing boho dresses and denim cutoffs we’re more than a little eager to don fall’s newest trends. So eager, in fact, we enlisted the help of Rachel Zoe Studio to cull the best of the upcoming season’s office-appropriate styles and show us how to wear them to work. After all, you spend the majority of your waking life at your 9 to 5, so you might as well look damn good while you’re there. Here, 7 looks we can’t wait to try.

Photographer: Andrew Stiles

Model: Amelia Thomas

Hair and Makeup: Alexis Swain

Styling: Rachel Zoe Studio

Cut a striking figure in this season's shrunken, boxy jackets and slim-fitting pants.

Pictured: Jacket, sweater and pants by Carven

Graphic black and white radiates sharp professionalism when rendered in a ladylike midi dress.

Echo the graphic palette with color-block ankle boots.

Command attention in this season's hero pairing: long buttoned vests over wide-leg trousers.

Invigorate a taupe and tan color palette with sleek accessories and nubby textures like tweed skirts with shredded box pleats.

Pictured: Top by Tommy Hilfiger, Skirt by Salvatore Ferragamo

Define your waist with a croc-embossed belt and finish the look with a classic timepiece.

Battle long hours in high-necked boucle shift dresses over vibrant pants.

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Pictured: Vest and pants by Carven

Try a structured bag in cobalt, fall's hottest accent color.

Balance the funkiness of a cropped, wide-leg pant with a printed pussybow blouse.

Pictured: Top by Tommy Hilfiger

The new way to wear culottes? Over calf-high boots. Finish with a classic satchel in a rich hue.

A clunky knit dress is daytime appropriate in a muted hue and full-skirted silhouette.

Pictured: Dress by Boss by Hugo Boss

Make patchwork over-the-knee boots work-appropriate by teaming with a midi-length skirt.