With so much pressure in the hustle and bustle of the workweek, with meetings, deadlines and long commutes, you don’t need the additional stress of thinking of what to wear. So, we’ve taken the thought out of putting together an outfit that looks good and gives you that confidence boost by curating a week’s worth you can get inspired from. Pro tip: Use this formula throughout the month, and you’re set! Read on to see the day-wise work outfits that work in all work settings…
Start the week off right by acing those Monday morning meetings in style with this ensemble. This outfit will go exceptionally well if you work in a more conservative workplace. A V-neck top covered in a mild floral print is tucked into Maroon fitted trousers. It’s topped off with the single-breasted formal blazer from Allen Solly in the same hue as the trousers. Complete the work-chic vibe with a pretty pair of heels from Code – the Light Pink Open-Toe Block Heels. The Pink sling bag from Code with a prominent bow detail on the front will nail this look to perfection.
Transform your workweek with a touch of monochrome. A head-to-toe Pink outfit – one of the best colors to wear for work, if you ask us – is just what you need to get those boss vibes going during an afternoon slump. AND has the perfect top for this look with the band collar top with a lace trim. The breathable cotton fabric is ideal for the summer weather too. Tuck this top into the cropped trousers in a darker shade of Pink with a subtle checked detail. Slip on the pointed-toe ballerinas in Beige with a textured surface from Allen Solly and carry the handbag in Beige from Code designed with Gold studs – and show off your work style.
Break the monotony of the week by spicing up your outfits with an ethnic twist! Channel the summertime sunshine with this Yellow kurta set from Biba. The three-quarter sleeve kurta has a band collar and button placket and a subtle print. It comes with a White dupatta and salwar pants, also detailed with ethnic prints. Flats complement ethnic wear so well – Melange by Lifestyle’s Gold open-toe flats with a braided strap is the one for this look. Lavie’s solid handheld bag in Gold is stylish and office appropriate. This get-up will get your co-workers talking for sure.
Take workwear neutrals to the next level with this easy summer work outfit. Black and White have been workwear colour staples for a long time, but this outfit does it better. Code’s sleeveless top has close Black and White checks, and the knee-length pencil skirt in Black will flatter your curves. Add the solid Black heels from INC.5 and the White textured sling bag from Code to bring out that professional approach to your attire.
By the end of the week, when you’re tired of mixing and matching your outfits, you can turn to this one-piece wonder! Easy to wear and stunning in appearance, a casual dress outfit is the best way to end the week and get ready for the weekend. The knee-length textured sheath dress from Code is in a rich Emerald Green hue. The round neck cut, three-quarter sleeves and tie-up waist all add to the elegance of this dress. Continue with the Green theme by pairing it with the heeled shoes from Ginger with a shiny finish and the textured laptop bag from Code.
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