Spring Work Outfits

Spring Work Outfits by popular Los Angeles Fashion Blogger Laura Lily,
Spring Work Outfits by popular Los Angeles Fashion Blogger Laura Lily, Spring Work Outfits by popular Los Angeles Fashion Blogger Laura Lily,  Spring Work Outfits by popular Los Angeles Fashion Blogger Laura Lily,
Spring Work Outfits by popular Los Angeles Fashion Blogger Laura Lily,
Spring Work Outfits by popular Los Angeles Fashion Blogger Laura Lily,Spring Work Outfits by popular Los Angeles Fashion Blogger Laura Lily, Spring Work Outfits by popular Los Angeles Fashion Blogger Laura Lily,  Spring Work Outfits by popular Los Angeles Fashion Blogger Laura Lily, Spring Work Outfits by popular Los Angeles Fashion Blogger Laura Lily,

Sharing spring work outfits today to step up your style at the office.  One of the things I actually miss about working in an office is getting dressed up for work every day. Working from home as a full-time blogger, sometimes I don’t even get out of my pajamas. Then the UPS guy rings my doorbell and it’s embarrassing to answer in my snowflake pajamas and unbrushed hair. (Real life of a blogger.)  Luckily, I still get to put fun outfits together like this one for business meetings that pull me out of the house. Here are a few tips for stepping up your spring work outfits…

“Always dress for the job you want, not the job you have.”

Spring Work Outfits – Trench Coats

If I could only wear one style of jacket for the rest of my life, it would be a trench coat.  If I had room in my closet, (and didn’t have to see my credit card bill,) I’d own one in every color of the rainbow.  A trench coat adds sophistication to an outfit making them perfect for the office.  I especially love lace versions like this one. It looks just like the Burberry version that sells for $3,000!

 

Spring Work Outfits – Dresses

I’m happy I am a woman for so many reasons. One of them being that I don’t have to wear pants every day.  The styles of dresses you can wear to work largely depend on your industry. When I worked in marketing we had a bit more freedom with what we could wear as opposed to my finance job which was a bit more conservative.  I always went by what I saw the female executives wearing in the office and then added my own flare from there. My general rule is: if you wouldn’t wear it in front of your grandmother, you probably shouldn’t wear it to the office. This suede belted dress is elegant yet daring. You can wear a light sweater to cover your shoulders at the office or even layer a button-up shirt underneath it.

 

Shoes

Shoes are such a fun way to add some sass to your office look because you can get away with a bit more than clothes. Again, whether or not you can wear opened toed shoes depends on your office environment. But even at a finance office, I was able to wear strappy sandals.  (Just no casual shoes like flip flops or sneakers.)  I’ve rounded up a few of my favorite spring work shoes below.

 

Spring Work Outfits – Bags

Your handbag is another way to dress up your work look. And as I always say, buy inexpensive work clothes + accessories so you can splurge on handbags and shoes!  Most days I was lugging a laptop to and from the office so it required a bit larger bag than you see here. But it is always nice being able to carry a smaller bag when possible.

One other fun way to dress up your spring look is with a brooch. I treated myself to a Chanel brooch one year and wear it on everything including belts, hats, jackets, dresses, scarves and it instantly makes any outfit look more high end. Just a little tip for ya 😉 As always, thank you for stopping by!

Laura

Shop This Spring Work Outfits Post:

 

DRESS: AS BY DF | JACKET: ANN TAYLOR (similar) | BAG: SAINT LAURENT | SHOES: ZENDAYA | SUNGLASSES: ALDO SHOES

NECKLACE: BAUBLE BAR | EARRINGS: SUGAR FIX BY BAUBLE BAR

Photos by Taylor Schroeder 

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