As the world slowly opens up after the second Covid-19 wave, chances of you getting back to your office desk isn't too far away. With more than a year of working from home in your PJs, it's time to get your work attire in order.
We've put together looks that are formal, simple and yet chic. Buy them from Myntra's sale and avail their massive discounts.
Blouses and shirts: Blouses are a cute and a more feminine take on shirts. Details like prints or pintucks can add a little bit of character to your outfit.
Trousers: With trousers, always choose fabrics that are comfortable for your skin and whether appropriate. Cotton and linen fabrics give that comfort but also look formal enough to pair it with a blouse or a shirt.
Bags: If you carry your devices with you, which is laptops and tablets, then make sure you invest in a great bag that has enough space to accommodate your electronics and your other daily personal things. Tote bags give that room to fill in your whole life into them.
Shoes: Forget flats, wearing heels to work give that sense of power that come with the walk. From stilettos to kitten heels, the choice is yours, as per your comfort level. But invest in a good pair, something classic, that with match with any outfit and that will last you a couple of years.
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