Your personal style is a part of your identity. Everything you do, the way you choose to express yourself, and how you choose to decorate your personal space reflects in your aesthetic choices and shines through the way you dress. It isn’t about following the latest trends – it is unique to you; it transcends fashion trends.
It also plays a pivotal role in choosing the kind of workwear you prefer to wear. Tailored to perfection pantsuit or a skirt suit? Or perhaps, something a little less formal, a sheath dress maybe? Let’s find out what is your workwear style like!
Pantsuits all the way:
A tailor-made female Pant Suits with crisp shirts is a universally flattering silhouette. It suits most body types and spells professional! A well-fitted black poly cotton pantsuit such as this one from Power Sutra is a versatile workwear staple.
Skirt suits are your thing:
A cotton skirt suit for work exudes confidence and a strong sense of self. The hazel wood beige skirt suit by Power Sutra can be paired with a variety of blouses and looks fabulous every way. For some serious boss lady vibes at your upcoming presentation at work, pair it with a white button-down shirt and nude pumps, and you are good to go!
If laidback and chic is more of your style, you’d love dressing up for work in sharp sheath dresses and for a more business-casual look, a fit, and flare or a wrap dress. This classic little black cotton stretch sheath dress from Power Sutra can up your workwear style quotient by a mile.
Minimalism or accessories for the win?
Do you go by the mantra “less is more” when it comes to Office clothing for women and like to keep it simple and minimal? Or you’re all for adding accessories to elevate your looks? Simple, clean cuts and a decided absence of attention-grabbing accessories and help you achieve an understated, minimal yet bold workwear aesthetic. On the other hand, accessorising your outfit with a belt or adding dainty necklaces and earrings to your ensemble can emphasis your attention to small details.
Monochrome or colour blocking?
Both monochrome and colour-blocked outfits are timeless classics. But which one do you prefer? Do you like dressing up in monochromatic hues, or are you a fan of playing around with colours and colour blocking your way through your workdays?
Solid colours or minimal prints?
Minimal prints such as fine floral designs, dainty paisleys, polka dots, stripes, and checks add a lot of character to an otherwise bland outfit. They add a dash of vibrancy to your workwear ensemble, whereas solid outfits emanate an air of authority. Which one is your go-to, solid hues or minimalistic prints?
The kind of workwear that suits your body type and makes your feel comfortable in your skin, the style you find yourself gravitating towards the most, is your very own and unique style statement. So, what is your workwear style like?