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 on sale and avail the massive discounts before the sizes run out.
Shirt: Firstly, it's important that you wear a shirt that fits you well, not too loose and not to tight. The shoulder seam should be on your should, that's how you measure if the shirt is your size. You can never go wrong with a classic white shirt and with stripes. But to add an element of fun, don't be afraid to introduce small prints into your wardrobe.
Trousers: When choosing trousers, stick to basic colour palette of blacks, blues and beiges. Play around with texture and prints in the same family of colours but make sure that the prints are subtle and not too loud.
Shoes: Like your pants, keep your shoes classic and neutral so that they go with every outfit. There's a reason why people say that you are judged by your shoes, so make sure you invest in a good pair of shoes.
Bags: Have fun with the styles, textures and the colours of the bag. Make sure you have enough space to put in all your devices. Colours like black, grey, blue and tan go well with every outfit and more often than not adds an element of chicness to the entire look.
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