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24 Pieces That Nail Corporate Cool

Werk, werk, werk, werk, werk.

Dressing for a work environment can feel incredibly limiting. Of course looking appropriate is a priority, but that doesn’t mean you should have to sub-out your sense of style completely!

Being ‘professional’ and being ‘cool’ needn’t be seen as mutually exclusive entities.

Rather than letting corporate dressing become an onerous task – see it as an opportunity to flex your fashion muscle and hone your professional personal brand.

What would our ideal work wardrobe look like? It starts with a kick ass blazer (duh!), not-so-basic button-up shirts, killer pants and an army of accessories to change-up your look everyday.

But shopping for these items doesn’t have to be a dreaded task – the hardest part is knowing where to find them!

And when your ‘work’ wardrobe starts working for you out of hours too, the ROI is a no-brainer.

Werk that workwear gurrrl…

Words: @blyjonesing

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Asos
Asymmetric Top With Shoulder Pads

Hansen And Gretel
Velvet Double Breasted Blazer

Asos
Tailored Check Culotte

Elke
Eclipse Hoops

Hansen And Greten
Chronicles Silk Shirt

The Row
Coco suede and moire pumps

Alexander Wang
Draw-string Hem Shirt

Keep this chic and refined by pairing it back with smart black pants and a low heel #girlboss.

Andersson Bell
Alexa Check Jacket

Marina Moscone
Flared Trousers

RMS
Lip2Cheek

Cameo Collective
Unstoppable Dress

Reliquia
Hoop Loop Earrings

Georgia Alice
Sugar Belted Top

Asos
Pin Stripe Pencil Skirt

Malene Birger
Lanfi Striped Satin Blouse

Martiniano
High Glove Leather Pumps

Alexander Wang
Embellished lace-trimmed stretch-knit sweater

Oribe
Nail Lacquer in 'Lavender Smoke'

Isabel Marant
Ninon mini check-print skirt

Isabel Marant
Laya oversized satin-trimmed blazer

Chufy
X Juan Hernandez Daels butterfly shirt

Sonia Rykiel
Checked-knit trousers

Alexa Chung
Ruffle Trimmed Satin Blouse

Nathalie Dumeix
Pantalon Jeanne Sand
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