Updating your work wardrobe this spring?
Here are 6 fab resources to give you a nudge in the right direction…
1. Yellow, ladylike tailoring and slouch
Belle About Town’s Trends from London Fashion Week SS14 gives a handy guide on these and other key trends from London fashion week. Covering 7 trends, with 5 catwalk examples to illustrate each, this post is comprehensive, without being too in-depth for a Monday morning browse.
2. Highstreet chic
Sindy Ng’s minimalistic blog, Article21, is a great place to begin your search for workwear inspiration. Her style so far for 2014 has been pretty edgy, but older posts provide great inspiration for softer looks. Read Article21 to learn how to make highstreet pieces work hard.
3. Chanel, Chanel and more Chanel
Women’s suits + little black dresses = Chanel. Visit Chanel’s Spring-Summer 2014 Collection – perfect workwear inspiration, and remember that you can do more than just drool. Why not browse our own collection of Chanel clothing, shoes and accessories that could elevate your work look?
4. Floral, monochrome and pastels
These are three of the trends most likely to influence your work wardrobe this season, and the Ted Baker website is a great place to start your search. Explore the trends or go straight to the workwear edit for embellished tops and feminine tailoring – modern power dressing at its best.
5. Marie Claire
Marie Claire has made the best effort – as far as we can see – in helping us shop for a new season work wardrobe. Visit the slideshows below for instant inspiration:
With over 5,000 pins to suit different tastes, Modanoo’s Office Style Pinterest board is sure to give you some ideas. Highlights include designer outfits from the likes of Ralph Lauren, Armani and Dior, masculine tailoring and street style pics of real women dressed for the office.