Nailing what to wear to work is a challenge during any time of year, but come winter, it’s especially difficult. When temperatures drop, it’s hard to focus on much more than just not freezing like a solid block of ice. So if you find yourself reaching for the same pants and sweater all too often, don’t worry—we’re here to help you out.
When you’re armed with a fresh batch of inspiring outfits, power dressing in the cold is quite effortless. You can mix and match trends in a way that feels just right even when it’s 30ºF outside. Below, you’ll find outfit combinations that are easy to throw together come Monday morning. Grab a coffee and your laptop, and you’ll be ready to take on the world. Read on for a rundown of our favorite new work-outfit ideas.
White Sweater + Pant + Accessories :
Sweater Sweetie Pant Set – White with Available In White And Black Cable Knit Sweater Set. From the classic tuxedo to a sophisticated you can find a range of ensembles to mix and match at Planet Fashion. Wear a white crew-neck jumper with white casual pants for a casual level of dress. If you don’t want to go all out formal, make black suede low top sneakers. Keep yourself warm and cozy when the mercury drops in this white knit sweater.
Hooded Sweatshirt + Jeans + Accessories :
Try a plain hoodie in any color with your favorite pair of jeans or an above-the-knee skirt. Dress up the look with a bold necklace and some cute flats. For chilly days, try an oversized blank hoodie with some leggings and a pair of boots. Top it off with a furry hat or beanie for a sweet and contemporary look. A sweatshirt is a typically loose, warm shirt, most often found with long sleeves; while a sweater is knitted like a jumper and is meant to envelop you, the sweatshirt is made of cotton or some specific blends.
Leather Jacket + A-Line Skirt + Accessories :
The term A-line isn’t exclusive to dresses, it can be used for skirts, coats, or anything else with a triangular silhouette. Specifically, a garment that is narrow and fitted on the top, which widens either at the bust or waist in a straight line to the hem. Skirts generally fall into three length categories: mini, midi and maxi. Within these length categories, you’ll find a variety of styles, including the pencil skirt, A-line skirt, pleated skirt, boot skirt, tea length skirt and skater skirt. An A-line skirt also works for a pear figure, as it highlights your waist and flares over the hips. This can make the hips look smaller. Longer skirts work well for pear shapes, as the longer length slims down the lower body. Pick on that falls a little past your knees.