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Summer Office Wardrobe Hacks

8.05.2017 WRITTEN BY Sasha Kupisk How to Wear

Between the excitement of lazy summer afternoons and travel plans, we all know how daunting the idea of creating a summer office wardrobe can be. How is one supposed to look chic and beat the heat? Dressing for work in the summer is surprisingly more easy and fun than you think. Below, we show you how to look polished and stay cool with a few key pieces.

A lightweight blazer makes any outfit look and feel more formal. Bailey 44 is well-known for their tailoring and attention to detail that this blazer will end up feeling like a second skin.

Bailey 44 Womens Blazer

Bailey 44 Women’s Blazer

 

Not only do Fidelity jeans look wonderful, but they have great elasticity and stretch that will leave you feeling as if you’ve left home in your favorite pair of yoga pants. With the denim imported from Italy and the jeans constructed in Los Angeles, they’re a wonderful year-round staple. We recommend the classic boot cut.

Bailey 44 Womens Blazer

Women’s Fidelity Jeans

 

Made in Portland, Oregon, Sahlia earrings are lightweight and have an elegance which easily adds more spice to your office wardrobe; wonderful transition piece from work to post-work drinks.

Sahlia Moon Slice Earrings

Sahlia Moon Slice Earrings

These sophisticated shoes are made in Spain and are the perfect flat to keep you comfortable during your morning commute, at the office and walking to your favorite restaurant after work. The perfect addition to any summer office wardrobe.

Free People Loafers

Free People Loafers

The most important thing about your summer wardrobe is to choose versatile pieces. While in winter, you’re most likely to want to rush home after a long day at the office, the summer provides for more opportunity to hang out with your coworkers or friends at the nearest bar after work. Focus on light fabrics that you can spice up with fun accessories. Need help curating your wardrobe to beat the heat? Schedule an appointment with one of our stylist’s today. 

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