Spring Work Outfits

6 Spring Work Outfits to Copy When You Run Out of Ideas

With a new season ahead, it’s time to rethink your work outfits. Spring’s unpredicted weather conditions can give you a hard time deciding what to wear to work. 

Here are 6 spring work outfits to copy when you have no idea what to wear to work.

1. Lovely layering: baby blue turtleneck and navy blazer

 Style tip: The spring temperamental conditions can be very unpredictable. Also, the mornings can be very chilly. Be prepared and opt for layering. Turtlenecks are a great layering item. You can wear a shirt or top underneath and you can wear a blazer on top. If the temperatures allow, you can throw off your blazer or remove the turtleneck and wear your shirt with your blazer on top.

Mango - Chalet Knit
Ted Baker - RRAE Slim Tailored jacket
Ted Baker - RRAET Slim Tailored trouser
Teddy Blake - Kim Stampatto 11 Blue Jeans

2. Sweet short suit

Style tip: A fashionable yet professional alternative for your daily suit as the good weather arrives. A short suit is a must-have in your spring and summer work wardrobe. Only make sure your short has an appropriate length – somewhere between just above and just under the knee – to keep it office proof. 

Reserved Tencel™ Lyocell blazer
Reserved - Tencel™ Lyocell blazer
Reserved - Tencel™ Lyocell shorts
Reserved - Tencel™ Lyocell shorts
COS knit shirt
Cos - Ribbed Knitted Top
Dior - Mini Lady Dior Dioramour Bag

3. Cozy killer knits

Style tip: Working from home but still want to look – and feel! – like you are ready to conquer the work day? Combine your cozy knitwear with a classic white work shirt to have a balanced out work outfit. Make it yourself comfortable with flared pants. Complete your outfit with block heels or loafers. Yes, even when you work from home, add shoes. You will feel totally ready and productive for work.

Monki Cable knit vest
Monki - Cable Knit Vest
Mango - Cropped Cotton Shirt
Rolla - Sailor Cream High Rise Wide-Leg Jeans
Kors Cece quilted leather shoulder bag
Michael Kors - Cece Quilted Leather Shoulder Bag

4. Relaxed suits

Style tip: Who said you cannot wear suits when you work from home? Wearing a suit doesn’t mean you need to compromise in style and professionality. Opt for the relaxed tailoring suit. The loose-fitting trousers feel like pajamas but look polished. Thanks to the oversized blazer you are instant ready for your next zoom call.

Mango - Patterned suit blazer
Mango - Patterned Suit Blazer
Mango - Straight suit trousers
Mango - Straight Suit Trousers
Prada - Saffiano Leather Tote

5. Layering masterpiece

Style tip: Layering is a must during spring. With a white t-shirt, the options are limitless. When combined together with leather pants your outfit takes a turn to the edgy side. Adding a blazer keeps you warm but adds a bit of timelessness to your outfit. Complete your outfit with leather accessories and you are ready to go.

Ted Baker - RAMUNE Check double-breasted jacket
Ted Baker - Ramune Check Double-Breasted Jacket
InWear - Viceiw Blazer
PIECES - Noma shirt
Pieces - Noma Shirt
Joseph - Tuba Wide-Leg Leather Pants
Only - Onlmadison Wide Crop

6. Unconventionally simple

Style tips: You can’t go wrong with a simple shirt dress. Sometimes simplicity is the best way to go. For those casual home office days, one good shirt dress is all you need. It looks professional during your Zoom calls yet so relaxed. Complete the outfit with edgy boots and a matching laptop case when you go grab your daily coffee in the coffee shop nearby. 

Reserved Striped shirtdress
Reserved - Striped Shirtdress
Zara - Tunic Dress With Pintuck Detail
Zara - Linen Blend Shirt Dress
Coach - Charter Pouch In Signature
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By Malene Birger - Ivy Laptop