Let’s be real… packing extra clothes with you to work can be a huge pain in the (you know where). Luckily, there are so many brands out there catering their clothes to be more versatile. The pieces work great for being comfortable all day at work to also being your favorite accessory for spin class and then to fashionable to hit the town in. From sneaking in a pair of leggings under your favorite dress or rocking some beautiful fashionable sneakers around the office, to wearing your favorite wrap over a blouse or dress.
Here are some pieces that will make you say ‘ah’ and be your next purchase to add to your work attire.
Pair Varley’s snakeskin swimsuit with your favorite flowy or a-line skirt for a fashion-forward, sexy, yet showing sophistication around the office to being ready for your evening laps in the pool or surf lesson.
Browsing through Carbon38 I can never get through all the leggings before adding five to my cart. However, these Alo Yoga leggings are taking a basic legging up a notch by adding some street style slits, coloring them gray and making this a perfect legging to add a little attitude to a work-appropriate blouse.
A beautifully constructed peplum (fit and flare) jacket from a collaboration between Jonathan Simkhai is your best secret getting to work, to the gym and grabbing drinks with friends. Completely versatile, tailored and a definite fashion moment – grab one of these beauties before they are gone! The leggings aren’t too shabby either with a beautiful corset up your legs – giving you legs for days.
This cute neutral colored wrap top by Free People Movement is super easy to pair with any staple in your closet (think black pencil pants), throw on some heels and you’re good to go. Throw on some leggings after work and you are ready to pop right into 5pm yoga without missing your first down dog.
From street to the office to dancing your way into the latest craze, these shoes by Golden Goose were made for moving. Shake your booty in your next group class while still keeping it clean and stylish at work.
Which piece are you adding to your wardrobe?