Street style inspiring workwear
The street style we see during Milan Fashion Week is always a fantastic source of office outfit inspiration. Milanese women are chic, very chic. They are famous for their perfectly well-kept nails and hair, the diva-like sunglasses and on-point outfits. We selected some looks we spotted during Milan Fashion Week, that you can easily recreate to go to work looking as elegant and stylish as a Milanese.
Olivia Palermo outside Alberta Ferretti, during Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020-2021, on February 19, 2020, in Milan, Italy. Photo by Edward Berthelot via Getty Images.
Olivia Palermo throws a white blazer over her shoulders to brighten up her black look. This is a clever styling trick that will make you feel like Spring were already here. Also, a white blazer is a versatile staple to have in your wardrobe; it goes well with all colours and gives a touch of glam to your office outfits.
Model Kaia Gerber outside Max Mara fashion show during Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020-2021 on February 20, 2020, in Milan, Italy. Photo by Claudio Lavenia via Getty Images.
An oversised blazer paired with jeans, tailored pants or a skirt looks modern but elegant enough to complete your office outfits. Masculine blazers work almost like armour and somehow, make me feel more professional and ready to go to work. I particularly like the checked blazer Kaia Gerber wears at MFW, paired with a plain white shirt. Plaid blazers are timeless pieces that one can wear for several years.
Leather Bermuda Shorts
Sonia Lyson during Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020-2021 on February 20, 2020, in Milan, Italy. Photo by Christian Vierig via Getty Images.
We're sure you already know by now, that Bermuda shorts will be the new skirts this Spring. The Zara cropped leather pants that Sonia Lyson wears are super office-appropriate. She finishes her look with a chic white Bottega bag, and adds an edge to the monochromatic look with her Nicholas Kirkwood heels. Leather and faux-leather make the Bermuda shorts more upscale and less informal. The fashion blogger scored extra points with her choice of colour; Storm Green, one of the trendiest colours of this Spring. You can find out more about next season's colours in the article "The colour palette for Spring 2020 according to Pantone".
Caroline Daur outside Gucci, during Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020-2021, on February 19, 2020, in Milan, Italy. Photo by Nataliya Petrova/NurPhoto via Getty Images.
Leather shirts are the darlings of fashionistas and Instagrammers right now. The Danish stylist Stephanie Gundelachvery and the German Caroline Daur are some of the stylish women we see wearing leather shirts. These tops are your go-to winter-to-spring office garments; they look put-together, chic and contemporary. Pair them with tailored pants, denim or a skirt and you're ready to go to the office.
We wish you a great week, looking fab in your stylish office outfits inspired by Milan Fashion Week!
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