As you enter the new season, it’s time to start thinking about the evolution of your workwear wardrobe and what exactly it will look like in 2022. There’s a good chance that your blazers and tailored separates have taken a back seat over the last year. Still, whether you’re going into the office every day or not, it’s important to find a balance between work-appropriate outfits and the loungewear sets you’ve been living in.
For those who are looking to go beyond the obvious suits and collared tops, consider core classics designed with modern updates before writing them off completely. A prime example, Hyusto’s calfhair Mick loafers are a great alternative to the traditional leather styles that already live in your closet. Meanwhile, opting for layers in water-wicking materials is a great way to conquer unpredictable weather.
If conventional just isn’t your speed, easy silhouettes like jumpsuits, dresses, or perfectly matched coordinating sets are the way to go. Pro tip: Styles with statement necklines will bode especially well during Zoom conferences. Continue ahead for a roundup of work-appropriate outfits from your favorite street style muses that are worth re-creating for spring.
Though suiting may seem like an obvious workwear choice, take the look to the next level with luxe accessories inspired by the 1970s. You can’t go wrong with a pair of orange-tinted aviators and stacked rings.
Get the look: Vehla Eyewear Bowie Sunglasses, $160.