Office not got air con? Got to endure a sweaty commute on the Underground? Yep, us too. Dressing for work in summer is a difficult sartorial mission not for the faint hearted. Not all places of work are strappy-summer-dress-and-flat-sandal friendly: after all, you have got to look relatively formal and smart enough for all manner of conferences. But, chances are, as soon as the clock strikes 5 you’ll be dashing out the door to start more fun social activities, therefore your wardrobe need to work hard for you, taking you from your table to drinks seamlessly and (hopefully) without too much sweat.
We rounded up the most effective outfit ideas inspired by our favorite fashion experts to give you a helping hand. . Because as much as we’d all rather be on the beach (or at least in a park), it’s not always possible. Welcome to your new season summer style.
Midi Skirt & T-Shirt
Skirts that fall just below the knee are an appropriate office length while still letting you show a bit of that summer glow. Pair with a simple v-neck t-shirt in a bright summery shade and a woven heel shoe—a cooler office-appropriate footwear choice in every sense of the word.
Floral Printed Skirt on Spring/Summer.
Simple, but with such nice fabrication it’s smart enough for work.
COTTON TROUSERS & SHIRT
Thank heavens for minimalism, and its focus on pared-back wardrobe essentials. For when there really isn’t movement on the classic office dress code, look for lightweight, cotton trousers with a cotton stripes shirt that will keep you as cool as you are covered. Super chic.You Wont Regret When You Wear This 3 Workday Outfit When Its Hot
No-one said your shirt can’t be fun.
A simple style dress is a great alternative to a floral maxi, which might at times feel a little too prairie for the office. While Blue dress is silk, look for a lightweight, cotton alternative in a similar silhouette: the billowy skirt will keep you cool. Ankle boots tone down the girlishness.When Its Hot You Wont Regret for 3 Workday Outfits
Wear this one on the beach, too.
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