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autumn fashion trends for the office

October 19, 2017
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With the weather getting chillier by the day it’s difficult to stay fashionable and warm especially when it comes to working. Luckily, The Leisure Lounge has got some great autumn fashion trends and outfit ideas that will keep you looking on trend in the office when the cold snap arrives.

TAILORED BLAZERS

When you think of autumn fashion trends – nothing looks as chic and classy as a blazer. Paired with a plain shirt or blouse your outfit will instantly appear sophisticated. Whether you wear a blazer over jeans or trousers, we recommend a black blazer to start your collection. A Black blazer tends to match many outfits so you can get better use out of it.

TOTE BAGS

For a smart and structured look, a tote bag is the ideal accessory to carry. With the extra bag space you won’t need to carry items in your hands that can make you appear unorganised. As much as we love a cross body or mini handbag, this autumn go big!

DRESS PANTS

The right pair of trousers can create a range of versatile looks so don’t be afraid to play with printed or frilled pants. High-waist trousers are one of this year’s top autumn fashion trends as they can be worn with a comfy sweater or button down shirt so you have a variety of styles to choose from.

LOAFERS

As great as pumps look, they are not practical for colder weather. When travelling or running between offices, loafers provide comfort as well as looking professional. Not to mention, loafers can also be worn with invisible socks so you don’t have to worry about your feet freezing.

TURTLE NECKS

Comfy and fashion forward, turtle necks are a must-have in your closet for both men and women. Worn alone or with a blazer, feel free to choose a range of different colours for a more exciting look.

PENCIL SKIRTS

If you want to brave the weather and wear a skirt, then we recommend you opt with the midi length. This super comfortable length won’t ride up when you sit down or get caught up in your shoes. From pleated to pencil skirts, there are many ways you can style this look.

 

 

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Jack is the editor of The Leisure Lounge. Expert in the art of writing things and putting them online. Loves travelling, especially anywhere in southeast Asia. Hates mushrooms.