You don’t have to stick to the boring black and pinstripe suits anymore for your office garb. Here, we’ll show you how you can make designer outfits seem appropriate in the corporate world. Show off your stylish side with these runway-inspired attires while still looking professional.
Make lingerie wear work in the office by layering on a structured blazer paired with tailored trousers.
Miss Selfridge Cream Lightweight Duster, Shangri-la Plaza; Stradivarius Lingerie Strap Top, P895, SM Aura; Zara Asymmetric Hem Trousers with Stripe, P2295, SM Makati; Topshop Razor Facet Heel Mules, Shangri-La Plaza
Go geek chic with some plaid skirt and bow tops. Trade in strappy shoes with some heeled loafers to add more character to your ensemble.
Zara Printed Accordion pleat Mid-length skirt, P2995, SM Aura; Zara Frilled flowing blouse, P 1995, SM Aura; River Island Black patent Tassel Heeled Loafer, SM Aura
Casual Fridays will look much more fun by taking inspiration from LV’s red and black combo. Pair culottes with a boxy top and ankle boots for a relaxed look.
H&M Culottes, P899, SM Megamall; Miss Selfridge Red Lace Up Back Tee, Shangri-La Plaza; Stradivarius High Heel Ankle Boots with Zip detail, P2290,Shangri-La Plaza
Channel your femininity with a midi dress, giving a nod to Prada’s floral motif. Toughen it up with a colored blazer and keep up with the metallic trend with your heels.
Zara Long Embroidered Dress, P4995, Greenbelt; Zara Crossover Jacket, P4595, Greenbelt; Stradivarius Metallised High Heel Shoes, P1990, Glorietta
Who says black has to be boring? Experiment with textures and embellish with shiny shoes to maintain that professional but fun impression.
Zara Sporty Masculine Blazer, P2995, Glorietta; Topshop Leather Funnel Dress by Boutique, SM Makati; Bershka Metallic ankle strap heeled sandals, P1990, SM Megamall
Photos from Zara, Bershka, Miss Selfridge, Topshop, Stradivarius, River Island and H&M.
Main image from Vogue.